>me, on that night, he was right on the mark with Leitch. It is
>Leitch's right and privilege to design his site in any way he
>sees fit but must then stand up and take the heat rather than
>trying to spin it a different way. I almost fell out of my
>seat when he tried to convince the audience that he posted the
>Leinart picture to show that Leinart was human. Be who you
>are. I might not like it but I will respect it.
We agree here.
Leitch should simply say: "Tabloids exist because there is demand, and my site is the National Enquirer of the sports world." I would respect that.
With regards to the content, you and I obviously disagree on that point, but that's what makes the world go round.
What bothers me about Buzz is his hypocrisy.
You can make a claim that Leitch and his ilk are low brow and appealing to the lowest common denominator. BUT, if you are going to argue that your approach is the "high road" (or high brow, if you will), at least have the common decency to express yourself in a "high brow" manner.
He had the filthiest mouth among the whole group, and hurt his case immensely by looking like a pot calling kettle black.