Maybe AOL Needs a New Name

Brent Bozell, President of the Media Research Center, says AOL has lost it’s mind.

“They must be in such dire straits that they’ve been blinded by the millions and think an acquisition of The Huffington Post is worth sacrificing credibility and objectivity,” Bozell said. “AOL News is fooling only itself in thinking there is no journalistic conflict in merging with a hate-filled, vicious, radically left-wing rag.”

You know one of the symptoms of Alzheimer’s is making bizarre decisions. How fitting that AOL, considered the granddaddy of all the on-line services, should stagger down this path.

They have meds for that, you know.

Hey! Let’s have a name contest for this new marriage made in hell unholy alliance …uh… joint venture. Have at it.


1 Comment

  1. robot said,

    February 15, 2011 at 10:47 am

    OK, I’m stretching here… Arianna’s Ornery Laird

    Personally, as a past AOhelL user, I don’t see a conflict. AOL was as ruthless in their business practices as the HuffPo is in their reporting. Possibly moreso. I’ll pay them no more attention than I did before the merger, which cannot be subtracted from without becoming a negative.

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