Maciulis of MSNBC: 'Wrong' Is a Relative Term, So I Won't Go There

Latest dispatch from the MSM moral-relativism front.

MSNBC's Tony Maciulis appeared on the network's 'The Most' show this afternoon to report on a story dealing with Craigslist, the online classifed ad website.  A man called Jason Fortuny had posted a fake personal on the Craigslist's Seattle page, posing as an attractive 27-year old woman seeking sex with men.   The ad elicited numerous replies, many including explicit photos of the suitors. 

Fortuny in turn posted the men's replies, including the photos, on another website, no doubt causing embarrassment if not more for many of them.

'Most' host Alison Stewart asked Maciulis whether the men who submitted the replies "were doing anything wrong?"

That's when Maciulis muttered his morsel of moral relativism:

"'Wrong' is kind of a relative term so I won't go there."

God forbid!

Mark Finkelstein
Mark Finkelstein is a contributing editor for NewsBusters.