Well, you did quote this to me:
It is worth noting that the same criticisms of Palin also hold true for two other candidates in this race, John McCain and Barack Obama. As politicians, both men are more narrative than substance…
So, if you really meant to discuss Bill O’Reilly, perhaps you should have indicated it some way in your writing.
So, you don’t like what they choose to write about. Aren’t they an entertainment magazine?
I’m not quite sure. They seem to be writing about politics in this instance, don’t they? Is Palin an actor or musician and I’m unaware?
The only problem I see is when an organization pretends to be unbiased. They do not do so.
I don’t see how this speaks to the neurosis found in the author’s piece: the author hates a person with the very same characteristics of a person he loves, outlined in my comment above.
Um, he never stated in the piece that he loved anyone.
Again, they can choose to write about whatever they want.
I don’t care as long as they don’t pretend to be unbiased.
I brought up Bill O’Reilly as a dig at Fox news. But you probably consider them to be an unbiased source.
LOL. What does bias have to do with the substance of my critique? When did I mention it? [/quote]
This is from your second post on this thread.
You whined that they don’t give equal criticism to related topics. I’m just pointing out that they don’t have to, even if you don’t like it.