Or, if I’ve lost Pinch Sulzberger, I’ve lost Lexington Avenue!
Peter Wehner writes:
The New York Times carries a good deal more weight in Obamaland than it did within the Bush Administration. (It was a Times editorial that convinced Senator Daschle to withdraw his nomination as HHS Secretary, for example.) And so, as Politico.com pointed out, yesterday could not have been a good day for President Obama and his aides, particularly given the fawning coverage and commentary reserved for Obama in the past.
Followed by about five separate quotes from ticked-off Timespeople.