It’s been a week of incendiary details highlighting just how out of touch the far left JournoList members were with flyover country, the working man, the salt of the earth. But the Daily Caller’s Jonathan Strong heads into the weekend on a healing note, finding at last, that there’s room for consensus between the right and left:
Meanwhile, another veteran political insider, a man who’s seen it all in DC reaches a similar conclusion about the network that carries it:
Between Charlie and the JournoList crew, MSNBC’s core constituency clearly has some serious questions about their product. The network might want to take their opinions to heart to strengthen quality control, especially as their maximum target demographic — much like Spinal Tap’s audience — is becoming more selective.
Update: Bipartisan consensus regarding the quality control efforts employed by the information wing of General Electric spotted here. Hope! Change! Room for agreement between the right and left, at last.