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foster greater economic choice and
The New York Times yesterday ran out a lengthy profile of the Weekly Standard magazine and its editor William Kristol under the headline, “White House Listens When Weekly Speaks.” The conceit of the piece is contained in the headline. The article goes on to quote a columnist for the Nation magazine, which is one of the White House’s nastiest critics. Then it quotes the editor of The New Republic, a magazine that is another of President Bush’s nastiest critics. Then it quotes Senator McCain, who is another acid critic of President Bush. Then it quotes James Carville, a Clinton operative. And Carter Eskew, a Gore operative. Not a single person who actually works at the Bush White House is quoted, even on a background basis.
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