I still want to know why The NY Times thought they needed to hire Bill Kristol as an op-ed writer? I think there are many, many other very serious pe
January 14, 2008

I still want to know why The NY Times thought they needed to hire Bill Kristol as an op-ed writer? I think there are many, many other very serious people out there. After printing false info in his first piece, he follows that up with more of the same warmongering propaganda that we've all seen time and time again via William the Bloody. The new legislation in Iraq is having a very mixed reaction indeed...and as Greg Mitchell states:

His first column for The New York Times' op-ed page last Monday held a major attribution mistake, and then the paper's public editor came out against his hiring.

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The Times' lead editorial on Tuesday also raises doubts about the Kristol claim on the Baath advance, suggesting that rather than a great "accomplishment" it "may only serve to further reinforce the bumbling nature of President Bush's ill-conceived adventure in Iraq."..read on

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