Senators Lindsey Graham and John McCain harshly criticized The New York Times on Thursday over a recent report which concluded that Al Qaeda was not involved in the Sept. 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi.In a fit of insanity, I recently read a NY Times editorial (no link) that tried to explain away December's awful jobs report. It was like reading Pravda on West 43rd Street, as dictated by David Axelrod, and indistinguishable from a White House press release. There was literally no daylight between the two which depends on bringing back jobs by making labor more expensive (raising minimum wage). Don't these midtown clowns have any self-respect at all?
In remarks on the Senate floor, Graham said "journalism has died at this paper," while McCain called the paper "an ever-reliable surrogate for the Obama administration."
Related - Fiscal Times: "We finally know where the buck stops in Benghazi." Media: "Where's dat?"