Anti-Bush 9/11 widow Kristen Breitweiser had never met a camera or mike or editorial writer she didn’t like. Until she met the-less-than-adoring Dorothy Rabinowitz. When Ms. Breitweiser sent a piece to the Wall Street Journal (reportedly a catalogues of woes inflicted on the world by GWB), Rabinowitz wrote a memo to the editors. And then she accidentally hit the button that sent it to the memo to Ms. Breitweiser. The WaPo also has the memo!
Rabinowitz found Breitweiser submission “total and complete — not to mention repetitive — nonsense from people given endless media access to repeat the very same stupid charges, suspicions, and the rest….this is just an opportunity for these absure products of the zeitgeist — women clearly in the grip of the delusion that they know something, have some policy, and wisdom not given to the rest of us to know’to grap the spotlight. again,.and repeat again, the same tripe before a national audience. My thoughts — we don’t publish nonsensical contentions that offer no news, no insight — solely on the grounds that those who feel attacked get a chance to defend their views. For this we have the letters column.”
Used to more deference, Breitweiser asks, “This woman, I don’t know why she hates me so much.”