The Difference an Article Makes
I’m not going to delve into the subject matter, right now, preferring to save it for another day, but I got a chuckle out of two citations of Anchor Rising related to the same story in different articles. From Ed Fitzpatrick’s Sunday column:
And the day after the rally, Lynch’s campaign manager questioned Caprio’s support for same-sex marriage, citing comments Caprio made in 2009 to the conservative blog Anchor Rising.
And here’s a post from the Projo’s politics blog, which also appeared in the Political Scene in today’s print edition:
Joel Coon, campaign manager for Attorney General Patrick C. Lynch, points to a January 2009 Caprio interview with a blog called Anchor Rising, in which Caprio says with reference to same-sex marriage that while he does not believe in imposing his views on others, his beliefs are consistent with those of the Catholic Church.
Presumably, Randal Edgar, who penned the post, now knows about us and will feel justified in calling Anchor Rising a “the,” rather than just some strange entity out there in the blogosphere.