Sunday, February 27, 2005

Vile, contemptible claptrap

What else is there to say about a post by InstaPundit, who has the nerve to link approvingly to this, wretched, poisonous meditation (minus any actual evidence to back up the claim) of the boogeyman of "journalists in Iraq," 37 of which have died trying to report this story.
The failure of "hotel journalism" might be forgivable if it were truly about prudence or even laziness. But there has been something wilful about the bad reporting of this story. It is weirdly personal: Iraq must fail. It is in fact the press that failed, on a scale for which I cannot think of a precedent.

Base. Sick. Ignorant.

Or, frankly, business as usual.

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