I’ve always thought it would be poetic justice if someone could follow the paparazzi around with a camera and put the pictures with the weird facial expressions, or the ones where they were caught doing something really embarrassing, up on some website for the world to see. Give them a taste of their own medicine.
So I kinda like this idea, although I don’t think that specific personal information such as the home address should be published on the internet, or other specific identifiers that could risk the health or safety of even the most egregious journalists.
The other things, like R vs D, what “causes” they champion and support -— or, paraphrased from “Saundra Duffy”:
where journalists live [in general], their lifestyle choices, how much money they make, how much money they have donated to campaigns, do they drink, do they smoke, do they run around, how many times divorced, ever had a DUI, do they do drugs, do they pay child support, private or public school for their children, what church if any do they belong to, do they attend church regularly, are they promiscuous, where do they take vacations and with whom . . .
Stalk the Stalker. I like it.