Sunday, December 1, 2013
The tree that was killed so you could read a Toronto Star editorial was smarter than the person who wrote it
By producing oxygen, the trees killed to produce print copies of The Toronto Star contribute far more to society than the nitwits who currently write editorials for that egregiously biased newspaper.
Apparently the trees are also more intelligent.
In The Huffington Post, Mitch Wolfe rips apart al Starzeera's latest display of idiocy in which they try to compare the Wynne/McGuinty Liberal government's cancellation of much-needed Gas Plants for political purposes to Ford's cancellation of the unwanted LRT in order to get a much-needed subway extension in Scarborough.
The most ironic part of the al Starzeera editorial is the way in which the tax-and-spend socialists who head up that rag have miraculously transformed into fiscal conservatives when the issue is a small property tax increase to fund essential infrastructure.
There is one sentence in Mitch's column in The HufPo I do do find puzzling, however.
He concluded with: "Ironically, the more the Star goes after Ford, the more its reputation for fairness and objectivity is undermined. "
At what point in this decade did al Starzeera have a "reputation for fairness and objectivity"?