Why won't the WSJ's Daniel Henninger name names?

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The conservative columnist has a very angry piece in today's paper, "Hatin' Palin," in which be bemoans the "stoning" the VP candidate has had to withstand from "the media."

"The abuse being heaped on Sarah Palin is such a cheap shot," he writes.

The irony is that these days, among the "elite" whom Henninger is so upset with, it's conservative pundits who seem to be unfurling the most "abuse" aimed at Palin.

So if Henninger has a problem with Peggy Noonan and George Will and David Brooks and David Frum and Kathleen Parker, then Henninger should write a column about how abusive his fellow conservative pundits have been. He should call them out for their supposedly hateful ways.

Instead, Henninger seems to try to fudge it and pretend "the media" are the ones taking pot shots at Palin.

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