Comment 19088

By Curious (anonymous) | Posted February 20, 2008 at 09:03:56

I don't particularly care one way or the other about this argument. But am facinated by the criticism Mr. Cohen has of Mr. Dreschel's article. In this piece, Mr. Cohen wants to argue against Mr. Dreschel, but admits he doesn't know how the columnist got his ideas. Then, in taking a giant leap of journalistic freedom and logical gymnastics, he surmises that Mr. Dreschel MUST be using a Mr. Lott as his source. Mr. Cohen then goes on to criticize Mr. Lott's work and through Lott he critizes Mr. Dreschel. Does this make sense to you?
He then even criticizes Dreschel for all the things he hasn't written about: bikes, walking you see when Mr. Cohen disagrees with you he really disagrees with things you say, things other people say and things you don't even say. Is this what Ryan wants us to applaud Mr. Cohen for?

And then, in an article about cars he invokes guns and to boot mentions Stephen Harper and Larry Di Anni. How did Benedict Arnold and Judas Iscariot escape honourable mentions?

I don't know Mr. Cohen, but am not impressed with his thinking process or his extreme dislike for people he disagrees with.

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