The facts are indisputable
Daily newspaper endorsements reflecting nationwide publications show overwhelming editorial support for the Obama-Biden ticket. By a wide margin of 3 – 1, or 105 to 33, the Democrat ticket is winning the approval of the country’s press.
A staggering 50 or more papers in the past day came onboard the Obama Steamroller.
The ink-laden bombshell was that two solid Bush papers in 2004, the Houston Chronicle and Austin American-Statesman, also came out for Obama Sunday.
The slathering of blather has reached fever pitch as you will see when reading the paeans to Obama in the link above.
Editor & Publisher, the newspaper trade publication, reports that Obama’s lopsided margin, which includes most of the major papers that have decided so far, is in stark contrast to John Kerry barely edging George W. Bush in endorsements in 2004 by 213 to 205.
The complete state-by-state tally of newspapers is here.
Lest you still have any doubts, read this from the pages of the Houston Chronicle: Perhaps the worst mistake McCain made in his campaign for the White House was the choice of the inexperienced and inflammatory Palin as his vice-presidential running mate. Had he selected a moderate, experienced Republican lawmaker such as Texas Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison with a strong appeal to independents, the Chronicle’s choice for an endorsement would have been far more difficult.
Expect to see the Arizona Republic join in the frenzy any day now.