Tuesday, February 17, 2009

It's Not Really Good

to have your negative opinions repeatedly confirmed. The utter inability of the MSM to even simulate objectivity is depressing all by itself. But at least you get the occasional dress-down that's worth reading:

What I learned today from The NY and LA Times:

Of course, having the L.A. Times say the Pope's actions "border on arrogance" is like having a Victoria Secret model chastise the Holy Father for wearing immodest vestments. The editors of the L.A. Times and Victoria Secret models, in fact, have very similar ways of peddling their wares: lots of pouting and posing, combined with large doses of self-absorption.

Read the whole thing.

(Via Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog.)

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