The writing quality is decreasing, the typos are increasing and their news judgement is declining. "The Huffington Post" is fixated on Tiger Woods to a level comparable only to "The National Enquirer." Since the story broke at the end of November, they have carried 630 articles about Woods, most of them about his extracurricular activities.
Today's article by Diane Dimond crosses all bounds of un-newsworthy, slimy and hypocritical writing.
"Everybody is talking about Tiger Woods these days," she writes. That isn't true. Only THP is obsessed with the golfer.
She goes on to say, "To me a person's integrity is displayed in how they interact with and treat other people. Character goes to the core of who they are.
So, Dimond sets out to prove her own character and integrity by renting a boat and going to the back of Woods' lakefront property, which proved nothing."The house, like the man, looks perfect on the outside but on the inside," she declares," there is turmoil and trouble."
To further demonstrate her lack of knowledge of Tiger's life, she writes, "I wondered if this awful episode might have been averted if the elder Woods hadn't died in 2006. Could Earl have managed the P.R. effort in a more effective way?" If the woman could research as well as she snoops, she would know that Earl was no angel.
Of course Dimond didn't mention any of those ladies of the washroom. She didn't use "character and integrity" when referring to their eagerness to stand at attention, or their eagerness to kiss and tell, or their eagerness to make money with interviews. She failed to ask how the "character and integrity" of these cheap ladies is impacting on the wife and children of Tiger.
Frankly, what amazes me, is how Tiger had the energy to mess with all these messy women and then play golf so damn well.
UPDATE: Elin Nordegren has reportedly persuaded Tiger Woods to enter rehab for sex addiction. Sources say the model issued Woods an ultimatum – enter rehab or get a divorce.
He will also be treated for his addiction to pain medications.