The story's headline:
Walker Signs Bills He Says Will Help Protect Children.
Does the JS "think" otherwise?
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They are hard-pressed to believe Walker wants anything for children but their untimely death. Preferably by either starvation or lack of "access to healthcare" (and especially if they die at the door to the hospital after being thrown out by the evil insurance companies and the Koch Brothers).
In the article, Walker is quoted as saying, "This bill marks another important step in protecting children".
In other words, the headline is accurate and appropriate.
The appropriate headline would be: WALKER SIGNS CHILD-PROTECTION BILLS
B/C "He Says" is recognized j-school putdown and dissent lingo.
You ought to read more often.
I read all the time, Dadio.
"He Says" is recognized j-school putdown and dissent lingo.
And I'd be happy to read any citation you could provide to demonstrate that.
The JS said they endorsed Walker for governor.
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