Monday, May 6, 2013

Second Syria Thread, Somewhat More Balanced

...if not in how the Huffington Post decided to publicize it. Check out how the "World" section looked yesterday, leading to more than 16,000 comments:

Though we already commented last night about how the headline was ridiculously spun on the front page.But there were rare voices of dissent in the most favorited section (for a change) though the whining about money seems to have returned. Because that's always creative. Notice how the anti-Israel comments are as generic as you can get, they rarely if ever have something to do with the subject of the IDF hitting chemical weapons in Syria:

It wasn't all good news though, as I said the haters soon took over:

As always, Huffington Post approved.

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