Thursday, July 21, 2005

When the Media Isn't Fox News

I don't know about you, but I'm about all broken up by the fact that Bernie Goldberg, he of the books, Bias, Arrogance, and now, The Top 100 People Who Are Screwing Up America, went on some CNBC show the other day and got creamed for writing such piece of unintellible hackery for the Newsmax crowd. Even Jeff Jarvis from the Buzzmachine, who usually can be counted on to provide conservative talking points, blasted Bernie. Goldberg made matters worse by complaining about how his fellow panel members were receiving his book and then went on to tell the only female participant to shut up.

What a class act.

At least one of the panelists referenced Goldberg's stunning EIGHT appearances on Faux News to pimp his book. Eight appearances. That must be some kind of record. Anyway, after the shallacking he got from a non-Faux Nooz fair and balanced crew, I suspect he'll go running back to Faux for more book-promoting appearances to whine and be comforted.

For Faux regulars, the world out there can really be rough.

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