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Messaging the New York Times: Would Bill Keller Respond to a Milblogger?

Friday, June 23, 2006  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt
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TruthLaidBear has a feature up that is tracking the reaction to the New York Times decision to once again put the national security at risk. (The Los Angeles Times joined in the effort to cripple the war on terror.)

Be sure to let TLB know if you post on the subject. MSM can still disregard the national interest in order to sell papers and push an agenda, but the illusion that they did so with public support is long past dissolved.

And no word from the New York Times’ decider-in-chief Bill Keller, his ombudsman, or anyone else at the paper for that matter.
It is bad enough to do the country damage, but worse still to lack the willingness to be interviewed anywhere about the decision.

I suggest milbloggers write Mr. Keller (or Mr. Dean Baquet, editor at the Los Angeles Times) if they have questions about the assistance his paper has provided the terrorists. Perhaps he would be willing to answer their questions. I’d be glad to publish any such e-mail from a milblogger to Mr. Keller.

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