WorldNetDaily reports that the Huffington Post, the number 31 most popular web site in the United States according to site tracking service alexa.com, has been purchased by AOL for $300,000,000. This is what WND boss Joseph Farah had to say:
Because Americans have been bombarded for so long with “news” that is little more than opinion, they are now finding it increasingly difficult to distinguish between the two. There is no better illustration of this than the Huffington Puffington Post, which must be trafficked by every irrational, emotion-driven left-winger in the U.S. to achieve its Internet rankings.
Of course, in fairness to Joseph Farah, WorldNetDaily is more into lies and distortion than it is into plain “opinions” and it could only hope for a ranking like that of the Huffington Post. (WND is number 521 as of today). Personally, I don’t frequent either site. I guess that makes me not an “irrational, emotion-driven left-winger”.