Day by Day

Sunday, July 27, 2003

This simple sentence explains the phenomenon of the media's biased and bloodthirsty coverage of not only Iraq but just about any conflict where a modern-day democrat's ass is not on the line:

"Because shipwrecks make news, headlines about sinking ships are not a reliable measure of maritime safety. "

I love that sentence. It falls into what I call: WDIST (Why Didn't I Say That?)

Read the whole op-ed, it's pretty good.

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