Bailout madness reached a new high (or is it low?) with the Democrat delegation from Bristol and New Britain seeking to bailout the failing New Britain Herald and Bristol Press. Their owner, the Journal Register Co., has stated that, unless a buyer is found, the papers will close by Christmas, a victim of the nation-wide advertisng decline, the slumping economy and the national trends in the print media.
If a tree falls in a forest with no one to hear it, then does it make a sound?
If that tree is then ground up to pulp and turned into a newspaper that no one reads, does it report the news?
If a state with a budget deficit spends money it doesn’t have to save these papers, does it make any sense?
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