column at the NY Times, here.<br><br>It's political and I guess would qualify as Bush bashing, using Dan Quayle as a rather blunt instrument. So if you're tired of that kind of stuff, don't do it.<br><br>The Times requires a free registration, by the way.<br><br>
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Since The NY Times spends more time correcting it's own errors than reporting facts I wouldn't waste my time. I just heard this morning that they had printed a story about a Republican that wasn't going to vote for Bush blah blah. Turns out the guy was never a Republican. Why let facts get in the way of a good story. Another prime example. Might as well get your news from The National Enquirer.<br><br>
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