> I think the author did a fair job of reporting the
> issue, and I don't see the blame coming down on
The meat of the article *seems* to be fair
(alternating pro- and anti- BPL statements), but the
all-important opening and closing statements seem to
be biased against "us".
Some would say I am reading into it too much, but IMO,
the opening sentence subtly makes it out that hams are
somehow against BPL just to be against it - we want
it "our way". It also establishes that BPL is one of
those holy-grail things, consumer choice, and we hams
are going to ruin it for everyone. The closing
statement is definitely pro-BPL.
Also, the article leaves out any reference to other
countries having scrapped the BPL idea...
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