Friday, February 18, 2005

WSJ vs. WT on Blogs & EJ

This week I mentioned the weird Wall Street Journal editorial about the Jordan Kerfuffle. Well, now the Washington Times is saying it's a bit weird as well. I don't know how I feel about the Times agreeing with me (mostly because it has Times in its name and that's not usually a good least not in New York and LA):
We also can't understand the WSJ's dismissal of the bloggers as "amateurs." At least CNN, or perhaps Mr. Jordan, felt the bloggers' reporting to be important enough to warrant the resignation of their top news executive. After all, this isn't the first time the bloggers have been proved right.

The Wall Street Journal stands on the wrong side of the barricades in this battle, despite the fact that the mainstream media got beat badly by the morons — again.

Except for the moron part -- we don't so much agree about the moron part.

(via Powerline)