Old Apr 25, 11, 2:14 pm
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Internaut
 
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Yes, the Mail does court a lot of controversy but it does serve a demographic and should be put into perspective. Whether or not you like the Mail does IMHO boil down to a very simple question:

DO YOU WANT TO BE TOLD HOW TO THINK?

If your answer is yes, then you may be Thinking Impaired; the politically correct term for a common condition formerly known as Hard of Thinking. If this is the case than the Mail is a good option.

If your answer is no, there are other options to consider including The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Independent and The Sun*, which all have their own viewpoints without being trying too hard to make up your mind for you**.

If your answer is "I don't know, but I think all Muslims are terrorists," then The Star comes highly recommended.

* Some very independent minded readers have elevated themselves, intellectually, to a level where only tits and football will do.

** With the notable exception of Polly Toynbee opinion pieces in The Guardian.
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