The MFM have decided what their narratives for each of the candidates is going to be, and now will tailor their coverage to these narratives:
Rand Paul: Rude to the womenfolk.
Scott Walker: Uneducated bumpkin and union buster. They have suddenly decided that it is very important to look into the college backgrounds of presidential candidates.
Ted Cruz: Extremist with no chance of winning, and did we mention he’s an extremist? Oh, and he’s not really a Hispanic either.
Marco Rubio: An inexperienced first-term senator with the audacity to think he can be president? Oh, the very nerve.
Jeb Bush: The “sober” Republican whom the MFM will support right up through the end of the primaries just to spite the conservatives.
Hillary Clinton: OMG! She’s amazing! How did America get so lucky to get such a woman of peerless accomplishment to deign to run for president? And she’s so darn spontaneous and relatable to regular people. (Also, isn’t it amazing how well we, the press, shield her from scandals?)
Sorry this post is such a lay-up, but Operation GTFO Maryland has borne fruit and I am heavily involved in packing and closing up the homestead right now.