The Times Bill Keller on Assange and Wikileaks
Keller is the NYT's Executive Editor and a neocon. Here he illustrates why the Gray Lady's brand of journalism sucks in both form and content. I put this up as a quick hit because to be honest I didn't make it through the first page. There are nine. It is all so contrived. Here I'll imitate Bob Woodward breathlessness and Watergate-ishness. There I'll evoke Assange's undependability and shiftiness. Over there I'll remind you again how we are the REAL journalists even though we somehow turned Assange and not the leaks into the STORY.
The main thing here is read as much of this bilge as you can stomach. The take home is that it is a wonderful illustration of why the journalistic enterprise is dead in the MSM. I wonder if Glenn Greenwald will write on this?