Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Inky Broadside

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is usually a pretty straight-forward newspaper. But, when it comes to the P-G's arch nemesis, Richard Mellon Scaife of the Tribune-Review, it seems they revel in taking the occasional shot.

Case in point: this article by Dennis Roddy in Sunday's paper.

Hey, Dennis, leave the guy alone. Even dark lords of vast right-wing conspiracies can have personal problems.

1 comment:

Vince said...

Paulie, you right-wing apologist.
The Trib has taken its unfair share of shots at the P-G (Bill Block's obituary, used as an excuse to talk about how the P-G's hemorrhaging money comes immediately to mind).
I loved the quote in the story that said if all of Dick Scaife's investments were like the Pittsburgh Trib, he'd be broke.