Worst of the Web

Posted by Pierre Igot in: Society
March 13th, 2003 • 5:19 pm

Josh Marshall responds to more atrociousness coming from the Wall Street Journal‘s “Best of the Web” column:

Talking Points Memo

Taranto and Co. are following a fairly thin logic which states that since the UN didn’t do what we wanted it to, it’s defunct and irrelevant… [P]art of our frustrated anger over the current impasse is watching the present administration traduce and plow under the work of half a century and seeing the administration’s acolytes greet every new disaster and *&$#-up as a grand confirmation of their beliefs and principles.

In that same “Best of the Web” column, Andrew Sullivan is described as “one of the good guys”. So is this what it all boils down to? Good vs. Evil? US = Good, France = Bad? It’s hard to believe that such a prominent American publication can condone such simplistic views. Yet it is happening as we speak, every day of the week…

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