Wall Street Journal runs a daily "Best of the Web" feature, and the editor loves to collect instances where the paper runs opposite thoughts in the same issue.
I think I found one in the News Leader Sunday.
In a story on the debate, Creigh Deeds said
"As much as you talk about what's going on in Washington, I wonder if you're running for Congress rather than the governor of Commonwealth of Virginia," Deeds said. "Let's talk more about Virginia."
In an Associated Press story featured on the website, Rep. Bobby Scott said
"I think the issues of the day for voters in Virginia tend to be the national issues — health care, the environment, the economy — and the issues that are Virginia-specific in the governor's race haven't really gelled," said U.S. Rep. Robert C. Scott, D-Va.
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