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Kurtz Cover Up

Not for the first time, Washington Post media reporter Howard Kurtz falls down on the job. Late in his daily web Media Notes yesterday he found room for a brief item or two on the “mini-Watergate” brewing in Albany, New York, now that Eliot Spitzer’s modus operandi against opponents has blown up in his face. But strange that in a column that calls itself “Media Notes” Kurtz’s mentions only the political aspect and ignores entirely the indispensable role that “pliant reporters,” as a Wall Street Journal editorial dubs them, played in abetting Spitzer’s dirty work.

So what is it, Howie? Are you reporting on the press, or covering up for it?

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