The Guardian’s latest
Scott, who keeps an eye on these things, has the evidence on the Guardian’s latest: incitement to murder.
After the Guardian’s initiative “What you can do to beat Bush – with a little help from the folks in Ohio” didn’t go over well with the folks in Ohio, the Grauniad forges ahead in full panic mode. (Kathleen posts the link to the Guardian’s How to complain page.) As Charles Moore says,
So who gains if Bush loses? The Labour Left, of course, and the political power of the European Union, the Guardian readers who have been writing magnificently counterproductive anti-Bush letters to the voters of Clark County, Ohio, and every twerp who says with a trembling lip that Mr Bush and Mr Blair have “blood on their hands”; not to mention every corrupt, undemocratic, “pragmatic” government in the Middle East that longs for a return to stasis.
. . . and Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, and terrorists
The Grauniad’s editors, never shy, never unwilling to promote the ridiculous, today have an article expousing the theory that Shakespeare’s work resembles the teachings of the Islamic Sufi sect. I wonder if the Bard turned to that out of disappointment after having his letters rejected by the Ohioans.