In his article today, it is quite clear that Marc Caputo is biased for Republican candidates. I took him to task last week for his love-fest with Marco Rubio. The entire column is certainly anti-Nelson to a fault. Here are two examples out of many -- not to mention the over-all tone of the article. Commenting on Mack, running against Bill Nelson, Caputo said: "Mack is a leader in missed votes in the House this year as he VIGOROUSLY campaigned for himself and the Republican presidential candidate." (i.e. Caputo defended Mack's motives in the only negative thing he said about him). I take issue with the word 'vigorously' (my caps) if you are going to write a news column and not an opinion column. Is this an editorial?
Caputo also curiously says, "What's noteworthy here is how some Democrats might be planning to use the not-so-popular Obama as a foil --"
The "not so popular Obama"? Is Caputo nuts? No, I would say the Miami Herald is. Hey Jay Ducassi, I am one of those left who pays for your paper.