- Ah, here we come to the problem. You ask above "You don't think it's newsworthy that the GOP thinks it can pick and choose what reporters to allow" -- it may very well be newsworthy, but we're not writing a newspaper, we're writing an encyclopedia, which has a whole different set of criteria for inclusion. --SarekOfVulcan (talk) 19:10, 23 December 2010 (UTC)
Thursday, December 23, 2010
KingCast laughs as Wikipedia says the Nashua Telegraph is not a good enough secondary source for Kelly Ayotte information, but the Littleton Courier is.
I'm speechless. These guys are ridiculous. They show up and trash talk me, but I'll bet you a scant few of them has ever worked for a large daily newspaper or edited a large weekly newspaper. And who the hell is this person in Manchester NH who is apparently on the Wiki Board of review? Do they have a conflict of interest? Inquiring minds want to know but the bullshit is going to stop. Other people will submit the same information and then let's see what happens. They will probably lock the forum; I'm making a YouTube video about this, so there you go. Stand by your position if that's how you're going to be, guys.
So the Nashua Telegraph isn't good enough for you? I will notify their staff immediately. But you said in another post that the Littleton Courier was good enough and the Telegraph dwarfs the Courier. And you expect the Union Leader and WMUR to run stories about this lawsuit? Please. Nor have they run any coverage of Liko Kenney's lawsuit. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan's staff is following my Tweets, unsolicited. But of course that means nothing to you either. DId the Mayor of Nashua ask what major press was covering my efforts before he and the Aldermanic Chamber presented me with a Mayoral Commendation, the closest thing Nashua has to a key to the City? Hell no. http://i45.tinypic.com/11qnzfs.jpg
It is newsworthy because it is the position of Kelly Ayotte, as Friends of Kelly Ayotte is a named Defendant, DUH. Wiki is here to note her positions on major issues, and the Free Press is a major issue the last time I checked, or are you telling me otherwise my friend? Stop the nonsense. http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2010/12/kingcast-laughs-as-wikipedia-says.html — Preceding unsigned comment added by Free Press KingCast (talk • contribs) 19:20, 23 December 2010 (UTC)