Wednesday, July 13, 2005

The Seattle Times Doesn't Get It: Part II

Soundpolitics beat me to it on this part of the story (hey, I had to work), but then again I beat them on the original story, so there...

As shown in this post:

The work of the G-8 summit in Gleneagles, Scotland, is the best antidote to the mindless violence of yesterday's murderous assault on London commuters. Uniting to fight poverty and disease pushes back hard against terrorism.

Now of course it comes out that the bombers in London were most likely British citizens, not some third worlders, impoverished or otherwise.

I wonder if the Times will now argue that the best antidote for terrorism is British public school reform?