That was a Ralph Nader op-ed? He put his name on it? Amazing.
We’re speaking of the “The Best Editorials Money Can Buy,” an op-ed posted last Friday at nader.org. We thought it had been suitably dismissed last week in this post, “How Embarrassing: To Get Basic Facts so Wrong.” But now his foolishness is turning up bit by bit in the blogosphere, today on something called “Politzine.”
Guest Perspective/Ralph Nader
On September 26, 2007, the powerful National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) bought two pages in the Wall Street Journal to tout a prosperous, expanding group of member-companies producing products.
As we noted, the insert was four pages and the NAM didn’t buy it. And as we noted: What a maroon.
But it’s a heck of a good (four-page) section, available as a .pdf download here. Thanks for the promotion, Ralph!
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