Campaign2008

The NYT Keeps Its Fingers Crossed for Hillary-Care

Robin Toner: "Some of the romanticism about the virtues of the American health care system may be diminishing, and not just among the audiences who cheered Michael Moore's 'Sicko' this summer."

Hillary Victim of her Campaign Aides in Hsu Case?

"Mrs. Clinton told aides this year to vet major donors carefully....Yet nine months into her campaign, Mrs. Clinton is grappling with exactly the situation she feared..."

Does GOP Know Giuliani's Pro-Choice? Either Way, He's in Trouble

The Times plays the abortion card both ways to show Rudy Giuliani will have trouble with Republican voters.

Giuliani's "Political Exploitation" of 9-11?

The Times is determined to limit any political gains Republican Rudy Giuliani gets for 9-11: "...there have been renewed questions about the fuzzy line between somber remembrance and political ...

At Least Conservative Thompson "Less Doctrinaire" Than Reagan

Eighteen "conservative" labels in a story on the emerging Thompson campaign.

Hitting Rudy Where He's Strongest: 9-11

"...when the city announced that Mr. Giuliani would speak next month at the sixth anniversary of the attacks, some relatives of people who died on Sept. 11 said they were dismayed, some because ...

"Belligerent Side" of Giuliani Under Wraps in Iowa

The Times waits for Giuliani to show his true colors in Iowa: "There was no sign of the belligerent side of Mr. Giuliani so familiar to New Yorkers...."

Times Questions Giuliani's 9-11 Presence - Yet Never Challenged Kerry's Vietnam Stories

Giuliani's presence at Ground Zero after 9-11 gets scrutiny completely absent from the Times' coverage of John Kerry's Vietnam record.

Times Enters Michael Moore Fantasyland with Criticism of Romney's Sons

Why didn't Mitt Romney send his own sons into Iraq?

U.S. Making Life Miserable for Illegals, Says Unlabeled Hillary Pollster

The Times runs a pro-illegal immigrant story and quotes the pollster behind it as saying "Mexican immigrants don't feel welcome in the U.S. anymore" - but fails to point out he's also part of ...
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