Raise your hand if you’re surprised by the hypocrisy Neal Boortz has demonstrated in the NYT:
It’s no surprise really. The New York Times came out in support of “a new 4 percent tax on income above $200,000 a year for married couples and above $100,000 for single taxpayers.” But liberal hypocrisy rears its ugly head when you consider the tens of millions of dollars the Times received in tax breaks, just so they could build their fancy headquarters in Manhattan. Oh and not to mention that they seized the city property by abusing a little power called eminent domain—and then viciously criticized the Supreme Court decision expanding eminent domain powers as “a set back to the ‘property rights’ movement.” For a paper that is so renown, I guess it lives by the saying “Do as I say, not as I do.” Too bad I can’t tell the IRS that when they come knocking on my door.
The NYT actually runs some very good articles on science and the economy. But their editorial board basically gets faxes from the DNC and republishes them.
OK, maybe they don’t. But could you honestly tell the difference?