A town not an hour north of Bellefontaine was recently attacked, and it’s possible you don’t know anything about it. No bombs fell and there were no human casualties, but a community was put under fire, nevertheless.
On June 30, an article by Eli Saslow, “In Flag City USA, False Obama Rumors Are Flying,” appeared on the front page of the Washington Post. It unfairly damaged the reputation and assassinated the character of Findlay and its citizens. This is to say nothing of the fact that Saslow’s story flies far afield of good journalism, and his editors ought to be fired for allowing it to run on the front page.
You don’t have to take my word for it. Below, the article is reproduced in its entirety. Please feel free to form your own opinions about it. But first, for your consideration, here are some of the questions that I had after reading the piece: