Especially not by, gasp, a blog. The local paper of record writes today (actually, for the second time) about the Obama-hating Congressional candidate who had to retract the Scott Brown endorsement, you know, the one he didn't actually get.
The brouhaha began Thursday, when Brown denied he had made an endorsement. That came as several political blogs cited news reports from the 2008 presidential campaign, when Hudak erected a poster on his lawn in Boxford that depicted Barack Obama as Osama Bin Laden.
Actually, as I bet the Globe knows, it was one single blog that broke the story (and continues to advance it). So what's the Globe have against Dan Kennedy? And if the story cites "several political blogs," would it have killed them to link to those blogs?