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smooth, very smooth. you got the knife all the way in before she felt it!

The Washington Post would be striking a blow for good journalism if it were to sweep out the likes of Michael Gordon, Elisabeth Bumiller, and Cheryl Gay Stolberg from the halls of the paper of record. Of course, I doubt the Post would end up improving its own prospects by taking such an action given that those three all work for The New York Times.

Oh dear. Have I got my corporate/conservative media rags mixed up? Sometimes it's hard to tell the difference. Oh, well. Consider that this goes double for the NYT (but they didn't ask).

That thew me too for a second and then I figured, as Mick did, that it's a case of six of one ... Not for nothing, when our Ms. Bumiller did work at the pro-war WaPo, she was in the Style section. I was always amused at how often she made her political writing at the NYT sound like it was written for People, Glamour - or Teen Beat.

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