A Study in Partisanship
1. Slate hires Betsy Woodruff as a Senior Writer.
2. Betsy Woodruff is a graduate of the Evangelical Christian Hillsdale College and a former employee of the National Review.
3. Ms. Woodruff seems to have been hired to takeover the Republican beat because Dave Wiegel left Slate a few months ago but Ms. Woodruff’s pieces are more warmly-slated towards Republicans. She writes about why Scott Walker’s reelection matters the most to Republicans and how exciting it is that New England might elect a bunch of Republican governors on Tuesday.
4. The right-wingers that populate the Slate comment section seem to think that Ms. Woodruff is really a left-winger because this is slate and they attack her articles with dripping sarcasm.
There is something to be learned here but I am not quite sure what it is. Does partisanship just cause people to automatically go on the defensive against a perceived enemy? Did the commentators even read the articles? Anything else?
Perhaps this should be a preview to a longer essay on Partyism
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