Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Press pass: spread the word

I think it's a phrase whose time has come: press pass

Definition: the strategic spiking of a story that, if properly investigated, would be likely to reflect poorly on someone the MSM considers a friend or a good guy.

Usage (examples):

"The NY Times gave a press pass to Eason Jordan for his Davos remarks."

"The MSM gave a press pass to John Kerry on his failure to sign a form 180."

Spread it around, if you see fit.

1 Comments:

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