In a slanted 2000+ word profile clearly meant to build up Sen. Snowe rather than examine her performance, Rebekah Metzler at MaineToday rounds up not a single serious in-state criticism of Saint Olympia.
Everybody we hear from--left, right and center--seems to think Maine's senior senator is doing a pretty fantastic job.
And yet it took me no time to track down a dissenter, even on a lazy Labor Day weekend afternoon.
Here's Andrew Ian Dodge (with whom we've spoken about Snowe previously):
A typical puff piece by the Portland Press Herald...I bet there are a few other Mainers out there--maybe even some on the left--who have misgivings about Snowe.
Olympia...is the biggest weak link in the Senate and put together with the other RINOs Collins, Brown and Graham, a continuing thorn in the side of the conservative (of all types) cause.
I have yet to attend an tea party event anywhere where her name does not cause an enthusiastic outbreak of boos from the audience.
At least a couple of them would probably even be willing to talk to a reporter with a deadline.
UPDATE: We've made a few more observations over at Twitter.