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December 20, 2006

WSJ Says You Are "Imbeciles"

-- by Dave Johnson

In The Blog Mob, Assistant Features Editor Joseph Rago doesn't like democracy -- not one bit. He thinks what you read should be controlled by gatekeeper "journalists." Himself, namely.

He says blogs are mostly awful, appalling, boring. He says "The petty interpolitical feuding mainly points out that someone is a liar or an idiot or both." So at least we know what he is afraid we will discover if blogs write about him and the rest of the WSJ editorial page.

I suspect the online WSJ needs traffic and is "trolling for hits." Accommodate them - go read it.

Posted by Dave Johnson at December 20, 2006 6:30 AM

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