The last time the Romney campain retched at a story about the candidate's business record, it demanded that the Washington Post issue a retraction.
With no new information to go on, nothing fresh from the Romney campaign (apart from some "nuh-uh" statements from people involved in aspects of the story, which are not the same things as retractions), the Post denied the request.
Today, the Romney campaign took issue with a story about the candidate's business record, and demanded that the Boston Globe issue a rectraction.
With no new information to go on, nothing fresh from the Romney campaign, the Globe denied the request.
Next time, though.
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