Sunday, December 12, 2004

Stupid Times

Sometimes the cluelessness of the Times is incredible. So far, they've completely dropped the ball on the Kerik nomination, getting their asses kicked by other NY papers and gingerly whitewashing his sins when they do address them. Now that Kerik's out, what are they planning to do according to Drudge? Run a big story about Kerik's connection to a mob-connected company.

This isn't a new story, though perhaps the Times has done a thorough investigative job and actually has new information. However, running the story tomorrow is just going to propel the "liberal Times" narrative, as they're kicking a man when he's already down, even though they'd basically given Kerik a pass.