Jesus Effing Jehosephat, Marko, i replied before I read the link.
I opened the link and read this:
Tom Friedman, one of the nation's leading propagandists for the Iraq War and a vigorous supporter of all of Israel's wars, has a column today in The New York Times explaining and praising the Israeli attack on Gaza. For the sake of robust and diverse debate (for which our Liberal Media is so well known), Friedman's column today appears alongside an Op-Ed from The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg, one of the nation's leading (and most deceitful) propagandists for the Iraq War and a vigorous supporter of all of Israel's wars, who explains that Hamas is incorrigibly hateful and radical and cannot be negotiated with. One can hardly imagine a more compelling exhibit demonstrating the complete lack of accountability in the "journalism" profession --
Hey, Common-dreams.org: "Pot, meet Kettle"
This journalistic source is doing your intellect no favors, Marko, and it has even less claim to credibility than Fox News, dude. I'm seriously concerned that your personal opinions are becoming less resistant to confirmation bias (only seeing what reinforces what you wish to believe). I know, I know, I hear ya saying "Pot, meet kettle" but the stuff that I read rarely
has the kind of editorial arrogance that I see routinely in Common-dreams.org (the stuff I write is another matter; I'm not foisting myself off as a journalist, just as the world's most supreme intellect that you're foolish not to listen to).
I don't know much about Friedman, but I sure as hell know about Goldberg, and he's a sane person who criticizes Israel when they merit it (and has a history you can check on that, particularly over at The Atlantic).
The far left's inability to be circumspect about disagreement is going to do as much damage to a segment of the population as does the religious right...
Come back, Marko, come back! (i'd like to insert the scene from Titanic where Rose whistles for the rescue boat to come back, but I can't do YouTube from work).