Bill Roggio has come out with a number of critiques of the Washington Post article discussing his recent embedded tour in Iraq. I think the most interesting issue here is how many problems there were with a professional journalist's article. This is not new, but Bill does a great job of pointing out exactly where Mr. Finer went wrong and what he should have done to be more accurate. Bill comes across as more professional and dispassionate than our "official" journalist, and we have a perfect example of how the internet media and the MSM are blurring. I personally think the idea that just because one is a professional journalist one is more able to produce a sound bit of reporting is a crock. See Belmont Club discussion on this subject. See also the interesting perspective of L'Ombre de l'Olivier and Tapscott's Copy Desk. This is going to be a hot discussion in the blogosphere!