Alex Constantine - November 29, 2007
"You're worse than a shill. You're an imbecile spreading stupidity as far and wide as possible." - Blogger's comment to Matt Taibbi
Taibbi received Bachelor of Science degrees from Rutgers University in sociology and journalism in 1971. He worked for ABC and CBS affiliates before settling in at NBC. He specializes in international news and has reported on the war on terrorism from Iraq and Afghanistan in recent years.
He has a son, Matt Taibbi, who is a contributing editor and writer for Rolling Stone.
• Unholy Alliances: Working the Tawana Brawley Story (Harcourt, June 1989). ISBN 0-15-188050-6.
Redacted Pages on 9/11 Isn't Just Hilarioous! It's Shilltastic! (TM)
Posted by: johndoraemi on Jun 26, 2007 9:57 PM
Yeah Taibbi, you're so brilliant. Twenty eight pages that they won't release to the public, including evidence of "foreign governments" assisting alleged 9/11 hijackers (Bob Graham), is just waiting for some good penis joke angle to make it sing.
You're worse than a shill. You're an imbecile spreading stupidity as far and wide as you possibly can.
Matt Taibbi Bio:
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Matthew C. Taibbi (born February 3, 1970), an American journalist and political writer. He currently works at Rolling Stone where he authors a column called "Road Rage" for the print version, and an additional weekly online-only column called "The Low Post". He is best known for his coverage of the 2004 US presidential election, and for his former editorial positions at newspapers the eXile, the New York Press, and the Beast.
Taibbi spent his childhood in the suburbs of Boston, Massachusetts, attended Concord Academy, and attended Bard College at Annandale on Hudson, New York, spending his senior year abroad at Leningrad State Technical University. His father is Mike Taibbi, an NBC television reporter.
Taibbi responds to blog questions:
For all American politicians in general, how much of their religious faith is real, and how much is for the votes? - Name Withheld
I think Bush's is real. Gary Bauer's is real, so is Santorum's. The rest are all completely full of shit. ...
... I should say that the hardest thing for me in dealing with the Truthers is this feeling of being intimidated by how ridiculous they are. It would take a comic genius to really do them justice and the fear of falling short of that can be paralyzing. If you've ever seen the movie Eating Raoul there's this scene where Paul Bland throws an electric bug-zapper into a hot tub full of swingers and they all just sort of fall naked and limp all at once. It's hilarious. Somebody, and it may very well not be me, is going to write the electric bug-zapper of 9/11-debunker essays. But it's going to have to be an inspired effort, not something you just toss off in one night. I really wish Mark Twain were alive for that reason. A Jim Fetzer's Literary Offenses would potentially be one of the funniest things ever written in the English language.