Monday, July 06, 2009

Liberals: Principles vs. Dollars

In that contest, which do you think will win?

If you know anything at all about liberals, you know that consistency isn't their strong point--and you'll find this story hilarious:

The (very liberal) San Francisco Chronicle announced that they would stop publishing their newspaper at their aging, unionized printing plant and instead outsource the printing to a Canadian owned, non-union company.

2 comments:

Ellen K said...

*chortling*
Funny how some things come back and bite you in the butt....

David said...

A paper-based newspaper uses a LOT of energy...papermaking, transporting the paper to the printing plant, distributing the printed copies. Since these people are no doubt extreme environmentalists, why don't they just stop printing the paper version entirely?