Timothy Noah catches Tom Friedman being inconsistent. Really inconsistent. But Tom's I-voted-against-it-before-I-voted-for-it approach to subscription fees really isn't the top attention-grabber in the quotes Noah flags. Rather, take a look at the guy's thinking. Not only does it veer wildly from principle to self-interest, but it's all intuition, all hunches, all unsupported. He doesn't offer arguments or try and reconcile his contradictions, he just kinda...speaks. How did this guy get famous?

You need to be logged in to comment.
(If there's one thing we know about comment trolls, it's that they're lazy)