The Houston Chronicle‘s editorial board — a poor collection of writers/thinkers at a middling regional newspaper — relishes telling readers how to think (and often letting many readers know that their Texas sensibilities are NOT shared by the all-knowing board).
We were amused today to see the board lecture Sen. John Cornyn (the state’s former attorney general and a former Texas Supreme Court justice) on how the Senate should handle President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, Merrick Garland.
Note the references to Merrick (not Garland) throughout the piece:
I’m sure THAT will impress Sen. Cornyn, and persuade him to change his mind!
Hat tip to Chris Bell for spotting this one.