Friday, August 05, 2005

Kudos to Novak
Michelle Malkin gets it right. Novak deserved to be ridiculed for cursing on CNN and storming off the set—and he deserves credit for a prompt and sincere apology. There was no "I'm sorry if I offended people," "I'm sorry if some people misinterpreted what I said." His is a simple "I was wrong, I apologize."

(Actually, "I apologize for my conduct and I'm sorry I did it.")

Malkin also provides some alternative apology examples that make Novak look like a champion.

1 comment:

NYgirl said...

Very true. Everyone makes mistakes, but you should apologize for them properly. I am glad he did not take the Clinton route. I hold him in much greater esteem than I did before.