Right-wing media feeds its post-election anger, says the LA Times, which to this date won’t even release a transcript of the Khalidi dinner, takes a swipe at talk radio shows while patting itself on the back:
A healthy skepticism is not only the media’s right but its obligation. Indeed, commentators at many mainstream outlets — including the Los Angeles Times, Washington Post and Wall Street Journal — have already argued that Obama’s best bet to succeed will be if he hews to a centrist path.
But many on the losing end of last week’s election want to hold on to their anger. And there are those in the media — led by the likes of Limbaugh and Hannity — only too ready to feed that animus, along with their own ratings.
Because, of course, the LA Times doesn’t have to worry about its circulation…
NewsBusters has a list of instances when it was the LA Time’s turn to be bitter and angry in the past. Takes one to know one.