Thursday, September 09, 2004
WHO SAYS THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL PAGE ISN'T DIVERSE IN ITS OPINIONS?
From Best of the Web:
"There are some things a presidential campaign should steer clear of, through innate good taste, prudence or just a sensible fear of a voter backlash. We'd have thought that both the Kerry and Bush camps would instinctively know that it would be appalling to suggest that terrorists were rooting for one side or another in this race."--editorial, New York Times, Sept. 9
"In reality, all infidels probably look alike to the terrorists, but if they do have a preference, nothing in Mr. Bush's record would make them unhappy at the prospect of four more years."--former Enron adviser Paul Krugman, New York Times, July 20