posted on Dec, 18 2005 @ 11:44 AM
There is nothing "Amazing" about a "Non-scientific, non-random" study done by a liberal leaning publication that has a very clear anti-Bush agenda
- especially when said study purports to support those suppositions put forth repeatedly by said liberal leaning publication - that the Bush
Administration is a failure.
Basically the NYTimes is continuing to marginalize itself and lose subscribers because they are so completely out of touch with mainstream reality.
What I find "Amazing" is that the Times couldn't consult the very public and very available data about ALL of Katrina's victims and publish a
responsible, accurate and SCIENTIFIC analysis of the victims. Other publications were able to:
And they certainly do not have the editorial clout NOR the resources that the Times has.
I guess it just goes to show you that some people will believe anything they read simply because someone published it somewhere. No point in actually
putting some brain power into it and attempting to understand how RELIABLE or VALID the information, or it's sources, might be.