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02/09/2006

TVC chosen 'Best of the Web' by 'Washington Whispers'; this 'NY Shouter' says WTF?!?

by Jeremy Hooper

We don't know much about Paul Bedard, editor of U.S. News and World Report's "Washington Whispers" column...

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...but when he chooses the Traditional Value Coalition's website as a "Best of the Web"...

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...we simply must ask questions. After all, this is the site that features such content as:

Tvcjunk

It's just...disturbing. Now, he's certainly entitled to his own opinions of what sites are deserving of his merit; we just wouldn't think U.S. News & World Report would want to be associated with an Internet location whose mere existence seems so committed to destroying our own. Hell, just Googling the site causes our computer to call us Hades-bound fags.

What gives, Paul?

Washington Whispers [U.S. News & World Report]

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