Bob Herbert, commenting from behind the protective screen of Times Select which keeps him preaching to the choir, says,
For the smug, comfortable, well-off Americans, it doesn't seem to matter how long the war in Iraq goes on — as long as the agony is endured by others.That's all that I can read since I am not a subscriber, so here is my response to the smug, comfortable, well-off Mr. Bob Herbert:
so well-off that they're even holding hands. Right, Mr. Herbert?
Don't you agree, Mr. Herbert?
I could go on, but you get the idea. I don't think it appropriate for a smug, comfortable and well-off New York Times hack to bray about "other people's blood", do you?
I checked every biography that I could find on Mr. Herbert and none varied from his official New York Times biography. If Mr. Herbert was born in 1945 and took his first job in 1970, I am left wondering how Mr. Herbert filled the years between 1963, when he would have been 18 years of age and 1970, when he took his first job in "journalism". What became of those 7 missing years, Mr. Herbert?
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