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Monday, July 26, 2004

and i say again...hahahaha

boy, usatoday stepped in it. Here is an article addressing the firing of Ann Coulter, the right wing conservative's answer to Mike Moore. usatoday hired her to cover the dem's convention, and moore to cover the republican's. they fired her after the first column. now i'm not saying that they couldn't or shouldn't excersize editorial control over content. but unless they were morbidly stupid, they knew what they were getting right up front. she has never made any bones about how she feels, and quite often expresses her opinions and analysis in print and on tv. so what were they thinking? are they going to fire MM? doubt it very much, since he speaks their brand of language, and is of course the patron saint of the left. too bad. another print news organization prostitutes itself in public for all to see.

haha i say, haha

3 Comments:

Blogger Edvardicus said...

Maybe they just fired her because she can't write well. I would hardly dignify this crap as analysis. Anyway, Moore is more like the left wing's answer to this Nazi bitch. And yes, USA today is morbidly stupid. Who reads that rag, unless it is left at your hotel room door, and even then, only the weather page.

7/27/04, 9:06 AM  
Blogger bothenook said...

again, missing the point entirely. who cares if she can write or not, or if she is a crazed nazi bitch with a self imposed imperative to spout the most purile and vile crap. usa today used her noteriety as a draw for the paper. the same as they are using MM's. Big hoopla, lots of smoke and fireworks, than whammo. can't take the heat from the fire they started.
it just makes them look more stupid than they already did.

7/27/04, 11:48 AM  
Blogger Edvardicus said...

I didn't miss the point. I just took a different one. USA Today already looks so stupid that anything they do just reinforces the impression. AS to missing the point,there are two possible causes, either I am incredibly obtuse, (which I don't think is the case, or you are inexplicably inarticulate in making your point. (also unlikely but more unlikely than the former (which would me being obtuse)))

7/27/04, 1:06 PM  

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