Thank you for your letter, but you might want write your comments when you are a little less angry.
One must also consider a few things before launching a complaint or critical review. 1.) Is the ariticle part of series or is it a stand alone article. If it is part of a seriies, perhaps more in-depth information is still forth coming. 2.) What is the author's background. Does he/she have information that I do not. Is there something in the author's experiences that might qualify them to write from the perspective they do? 3.) Is there a larger picture that the author sees that I do not?
If you can answer all three questions with absolute certainty, then a response might be warranted.
For example, I know nothing about economics - does that mean I am entitled to write critical reviews on Allen Greenspan's policies? Should I use words such as 'bullshit' and verbally slap him as if my limited scope was the absolute solution? I can think he is full of crap, but I don't have the full understanding to say that publically. Or I might sit back and read and try to understand that I do not see the larger
I am not saying your comments are not welcome - comments help journalists fine tune their writing skills. I am suggesting to read with understanding, or trying to understand the larger picture, and not atomize a subject.