Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Times misses coffee spewing story opportunities

The New York Times gives us breathless drama, quotes Paulson:

“I’ve always said to everyone that ever worked for me, if you get too dug in on a position, the facts change, and you don’t change to adapt to the facts, you will never be successful,” he said in the interview.

The paper did not seem to think it worthwhile to ask at what point in the change authorization from Congress might be, uh, something to do. Or how much it adds up to ($2 trillion). Or whether the bankers are required to think humanely, ethically, responsibly about lending. You know, shite like that.

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Blogger Juke said...

Meanwhile, catharsis.

10/15/2008 5:42 PM  
Blogger Tom Matrullo said...

midge to somewhere.

10/15/2008 7:31 PM  

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