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Friday, February 27, 2004
NYTimes Endorses Bush?
Yesterday's editorial, with the omission of 1 word:
"Sacking a president usually makes things worse. Politicians will not make unpopular decisions — or decisions that offend powerful groups — if they must face the political guillotine every day. While many protesters want to destroy everything and start from zero, ... America needs more continuity, not less. Also, with the presidency in constant play, opposition leaders will not make constructive compromises, instead manipulating every issue to try to win power."
Adding to the irony, of course, is that the NYTimes writes to the 'powerful groups' who are offended by the President's decisions, and have a history of 'manipulating every issue to try to win power.'
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