...And may the NY Times burn to the waterline!
The NY Times refused to print John McCain's 700 words after publishing Obama's litty sea chanty on Iraq, saying, “It would be terrific to have an article from Senator McCain that mirrors Senator Obama’s piece. To that end, the article would have to articulate, in concrete terms, how Senator McCain defines victory in Iraq.”
How big of them. Read this quote from "editorial page poobah, David Shipley"-
"The Obama piece worked for me because it offered new information ... while Senator Obama discussed Senator McCain, he also went into detail about his own plans.”
This self referential "worked for me" is one of the great moral character flaws of contemporary times. Compare it with this famous quote. "It's easy to see that the problems of two little people don't mean a hill of beans in this crazy world." Or this one, "Who would be the master of all, let him first become the servant of all."
Look for it and you will see how self-referential the phony Messiah is.