The New York Times Editorial On April 1st

The Rovian Era
“Turn over a scandal in Washington these days and the chances are you’ll find Karl Rove. His tracks are everywhere: whether it’s helping to purge United States attorneys, coaching bureaucrats on how to spend taxpayers’ money to promote Republican candidates, hijacking the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives for partisan politics, or helping to organize a hit on the character of one of the first people to publicly reveal the twisting of intelligence reports on Iraq.”

This Times editorial contains more truth than the paper has published in six years, including this characterization of the BushCo mission:

“…the Bush administration’s far more menacing failure to distinguish the Republican Party from the government, or the state itself.”

All of this just makes me wonder if tomorrow the Times will retract it all with a big “April Fools” headline.


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