Thursday, September 30, 2010

Of course, we already knew this...

James Taranto:

Back then, the [NY] Times favored disregarding the law in order to "give New Jersey's voters a competitive race." Today, the Times complains about a cynical but perfectly legal maneuver whose effect will be to give New York voters a competitive race. Is there any way to reconcile these positions other than by concluding that the Times is a cynically partisan institution?
Since the Times is obviously a cynically partisan institution, the question doesn't require much analysis.  The answer, of course, is "No." 

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