Milbank’s Readers Help Him “Sketch”

The Washington Post’s Dana Milbank continues to ask readers to help him write his columns (ledes and other input), even though his editors cut “all those excellent [crowd-supplied] Limbaugh jokes” from yesterday’s column, having “decided every last one of them ‘crossed the line’.” (Milbank’s assignment having been to supply Rush jokes that “don’t ‘cross the line.’ Or maybe cross the line just a little bit.”)

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Liz Cox Barrett is a writer at CJR.