Tuesday, August 10, 2004

Giving the New York Times Sensitive Information Is Like Giving It to the Enemy

Administrations for as long as I can remember have given information to the press they shouldn't have. But this article misses a point.

The press feels it should report any information it gets, even if it hurts the war on terrorism. They don't care, or at the very least, they don't think. In the war on terrorism (or any war for that matter) the New York Times and their ilk should be treated as being a wholely owned subsidiary of the enemy. Keep your lips extremely tight around them.

Yes, I agree. Sensitive information should only be given to Bob Novack.

My comments would be directed toward all media sources, which suffer from the same problem.
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