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Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Kudos To Jersey McJones

I guess I...kinda...raked a Liberal Blogger over the coals, on this post when I spotted a rather - what I considered - obvious factual misstatement in his writing that Paul Wellstone, at one time or another, won an election when he ran against Norm Coleman. This was not the case, as Wellstone's opponent in both 1990 and 1996 was Rudy Boschwitz.

Well, it truly takes a gentleman to correct an error and note it on their blog, and I certainly want to give credit where credit is due. Jersey McJones has indeed acknowledged his error. And I've added my own Mea Culpa comment at his blog as well.

Kudos, Jersey!

I wish more bloggers would do what JJ did. Most would simply moderate the comment then delete the offending post which casts all bloggers in a negative light.
I agree with your words, Len.
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