My name is Jim and I am a compulsive reader of the daily newspaper.
I read my ChiTrib. I find on page one that the not-guilty finding in trial of Bridgeview Hamas supporters is “setback for Bush administration.” (subhead). I find that a report’s forecast for Iraq is “grim,” according to “sources” who read a “classified intelligence document [that] points to further strife.” (That’s a Wash Post story, by the way.) And I find a big Chi Bears story (fancy that), with color pic, and on left a neither gloomy nor anti-Bush story (fancy that) about Chief Justice Roberts pushing for a “more private and less divisive” Supreme Court. (Does the writer mean “divided”?)
I read my Sun-Times, mostly view it, that is: Great color pic on page one, “We are not terrorists” in big type, “Victory declared for former Chicago grocer as jury rejects major charges in Hamas terror trial” beneath it, a fifth its size at most. (Page 3 AP story here, but pix are S-T’s) What, no setback for Bush admin? Pic is of men praying outside courthouse after grocer was acquitted of racketeering charges. Mostly viewing it, because this is a TABLOID, brothers and sisters, and I am addicted also to tabloids. Will anyone help me?
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