Wednesday, February 14, 2007

World Class Metaphor Alert

Recognition goes to George Washington University professor Mark Feldstein for:

[Q] And the press itself, in its handling of the Valerie Plame story, there seemed to be this typical, almost pack mentality once the story broke, that the White House looked like they had leaked classified information. ... Did the press really get lost in the middle of this?

[A] Yeah. I think the press was rather misguided in the way they covered this. You know, the press sometimes are like a bunch of sparrows, and when one flies off the telephone line, then all the rest follow in a pack.

Though officially, it's a host of sparrows.

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