Questions for Mr. Doolittle
To the Editor:
It is sad that Mr. Doolittle (“A response to Thomas Sowell,” West Newsmagazine, Nov. 28) would waste his time compiling such a lengthy discourse that is lacking analytical reasoning. Mr. Doolittle says, “two facts become obvious: He (Sowell) absolutely hates Barack Obama and he (Sowell) will publish and embellish any lie, etc.”
Can Mr. Doolittle give an example that was gleaned from the article (“Libya and Lies,” West Newsmagazine, Nov. 7), or any article, that would support this statement?
How do these two “facts” become so obvious to anyone?
Mr. Doolittle goes on to say that Mr. Sowell dedicated “the first half of his article to repeating the lies of the far right wing” that are “heavy with wild accusations and very light in fact.” An example, please. Could we see a list that compares the facts with the spin? It would provide some much needed credibility.
Can Mr. Doolittle identify these “uninformed idiots,” who he claims are making a living generating hate? Name calling comes easy when you don’t bother to provide evidence.
The level of anger in Mr. Doolittle’s letter is obvious in the first paragraph. It progresses to the point of near explosion in the last few paragraphs.
Mr. Doolittle, I do see through the hate, as, I’m sure, many others will. It is unfortunate that the rabid hate described so vehemently in your letter appears to be spewing from your direction.
Joyce L. Link