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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Nicholas Kristof, "Meet the Champs": Nick Taking Leave Without Explaining His Filthy Retweet Concerning AIPAC

Why is Nicholas Kristof taking a leave of absence from his New York Times column?

In his latest Times op-ed entitled "Meet the Champs" (http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/31/opinion/kristof-chess-champs-and-charity.html?_r=0), Kristof tells us:


"This will be my last column for a number of months, as I’m taking a leave to work on a new book with my wife.

. . . .

The truth is that covering inequality, injustice and poverty can actually be inspiring and uplifting."

So, Kristof has decided to duck out without explaining his recent retweet of a message referring to AIPAC as one of "the 2 Most Pig Like Lobbies" (see: http://jgcaesarea.blogspot.co.il/2013/01/nicholas-kristof-retweets-obama-told-2.html).

Hey, Nick, if you care so much about "injustice," how about first explaining your retweet, before disappearing?

1 comment:

  1. "The truth is that covering inequality, injustice and poverty can actually be inspiring and uplifting"
    What a bastard, what a demagogue!

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