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A Picture (with captions), is worth a thousand words. Jim Hubbell captures MainStream Media reaction to the Arizona tragedy.

Written By mista sense on Tuesday, January 11, 2011 | 9:12 AM


Noting, of course, that a few voices--in this case, Elisabeth Hasselbeck--take exception.

And hats off to the New York Times' David Brooks, who wrote this morning:

The political opportunism occasioned by this tragedy has ranged from the completely irrelevant to the shamelessly irresponsible.

And then he added: 


The good news is that there were a few skeptics, even during the height of the mania: Howard Kurtz of The Daily Beast, James Fallows of The Atlantic and Jonathan Chait of The New Republic. The other good news is that the mainstream media usually recovers from its hysterias and tries belatedly to get the story right.

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