Dorothy Rabinowitz vs. Veronica Moss: Which One Is Satire?


Again we have to hand it to the Wall Street Journal: They know link bait when they see it.

Having apparently decided that pageview count is more important than credibility, the Journal editorial staff is back for more. Watch as editorial board member and cyclist-hater Dorothy Rabinowitz, buoyed by a star turn on the “The Daily Show,” practically mugs for the camera while hurling one wild and demonstrably false claim after another. “Pathological” is the word that comes to mind.

This might be all in good fun, except we wonder if this member of the city’s media elite has any idea that two cyclists and a four-year-old child were run over and killed by motorists this week. Truly amazing how much contempt some in the press have for New York City and the people who live here.

Speaking of people with contempt for NYC, remember A.U.T.O. lobbyist Veronica Moss? Check out this Streetfilms flashback and tell us: Which one is satire?

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