Sunday, October 17, 2004

Failing his way to the top

Bush is only American that can claim this strategy and it continues in all of his failed policies and Todd Gitlin chastises the NY Times for biased timid coverage of this fact.

"Consider the disproportion between The Times's attention to Mr. Kerry's Vietnam battles and its inattention to Mr. Bush's business career of failing upward: improving his fortunes while his companies failed. How did he succeed in making big money when his oil company, Harken Energy, nearly collapsed? Too often, as the president himself might say, Mr. Bush can run, and The Times lets him hide."

Couple that with the Sinclair proaganda syndrome for network news and you see the problem facing us in this election and beyond.


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