Monday, June 21, 2004

Howard Kurtz is the Washington Post's columnists whose job it is to report on the various biases of the media. More than one person has noted that he has a few biases of his own:

Kurtz's explanation of why Clinton doesn't get the same treatment as Reagan:

"Some obvious caveats: Reagan, despite the Iran-contra scandal, left office a popular figure; Clinton's departure came two years after he was impeached and was clouded by his wave of last-minute pardons."

Ummm, Howard? Clinton left office a MORE popular figure than Reagan, according to every poll.

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