The Washington Post has delivered 5,500 devastating words of investigative journalism. The piece is thoroughly researched, well-sourced and hard-hitting.
Is it about:
a) the Fast and Furious gun-running scandal that gave crates of grenades to Mexican gun-running criminals?
b) President Obama's relationship with Tony Rezko, a man convicted of public corruption who helped purchase the Obama family home in Chicago?
c) how Obama campaign bundlers stand to benefit from the stimulus bill and Obamacare?
d) Mitt's childhood as a prep-school prankster, bookended with claims of anti-gay bullying?
Yep, you answered correctly. So if you want 5,500 words on what a monster Mitt Romney was that one time at band camp, the Washington Post is your paper. I wanted to link to their investigative stories on Obama's time at Punahou (and Columbia and Harvard and Chicago and, uh, D.C.), but I can't seem to find them.
And what a coincidence that this story ran today, no?