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Monday, April 25, 2011


Be fair, they're professionals, not mere stenos.

The description of the Times' meeting with the State Dept and various security agencies (prior to the release of the State Dept cables) resembles a PR firm interacting with a truculent client. The Times (and other media elite) view their job as fashioning a sellable message.


"boot-licking stenographers of power,"

Ooh, nice, John. As always.

Do you need to take acid baths after reading the NYT? Just wondering.

All the news that print to fit.

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