Waiting for the Times to come clean. Plus other dirty thoughts. Also: All jazzed up. The Indonesia experience. And much more.
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is exposed and properly scorned.
p>I would like to know why Fitzgerald told Richard Armitage to keep his mouth shut after being told it was he that has talked to Novak. Fitzgerald knew the answer to the question he had been hired to find out in the first few days, but kept digging. He just had to charge someone with something or he would have been thought to be useless. Of course what Libby was charged with had nothing to do with what Fitzgerald was hired to find out. Leave it to the liberals and the MSM to cover this up.
p>I think the real question here is whether the New York City
can be considered a real newspaper anymore. It is obvious that their editors and publisher are so wedded to their anti-Bush hatred and their political correctness that they are incapable of responsible and accurate reporting on this, or any other issue. Don't forget that they censored their own sports staff for having the gall to disagree with the company's editorial stance regarding the membership policies of a golf club in Georgia. This was hardly an earth-shaking issue yet the company line must be maintained at all cost. No dissent will be tolerated.
p>But, the message was clear and it was received by the reporting staff loud and clear. You either follow the company line or you go. If the facts don't agree with the editorial page, make up new facts. This latest editorial is a case in point.
p>The New York City
is so wedded to the Joe Wilson/Valerie Plame hero and George Bush/Karl Rove et al. villains theme that anything else is unacceptable. So, it wasn't a vast, deep and dark White House conspiracy but rather Richard Armitage's unthinking remarks to a reporter. Adults should be able to say, “We were wrong (per Mr. Corn).” Unfortunately the managerial staff of the New York City newspaper is incapable of such an admission. Too bad.
p>Unfortunately the rest of the so-called “mainstream news media” takes their cue from this rag. Even though the other major newspapers (