Will the tarnish even show?

Via InstaPundit, I see that Eason Jordan has resigned.

Jordan said he was quitting to avoid CNN being "unfairly tarnished" by the controversy.
Tarnished? Considering that Jordan's predecessor Richard Kaplan was fired after another heinously anti-military story, I don't think Jordan needs to worry.

What's tarnish on top of tarnish?

Supertarnish?

posted by Eric on 02.11.05 at 09:43 PM










Comments

Talk about your spotty coverage...

J. Case   ·  February 11, 2005 9:46 PM

A few more layers and it'll be a patina.

Sean Kinsell   ·  February 11, 2005 11:02 PM

ha! ha! Good jokes on them. One fired, one resigned, that's good.. That was a very, very bad thing for them to do, smearing our soldiers.

Anyway, that spectrum is up now. One more to go, the grand finale. I don't how long that will take me, but you'll see it when you see it. "Smitty'n'Andy" in 3 dimensions.


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