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May 05, 2005

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Aye. Give the unindicted co-conspirators of the media their Miranda Warnings

Most surpising: Alexander Bolton of The Hill. He's got a relatively small beat, by comparison. And yet, he has managed to cover both the story of Miranda's disgrace and his resurfacing, apparently without noticing that there's an unreported story here.

I have to tell you, it bugs me a little bit that Harry Reid still wants to play on the level with these people. I can't hold it against him to too great an extent -- he's the one with the organic understanding of the Senate -- but this is a huge insult in my book. Huge. It's just one more way the Republicans appear to be mocking Democratic reluctance to play rough.

Miranda isn't helping his side much by saying that Senators Hagel, McCain and Warner are "too cool for school" to vote against the nuckuler option [Augusta Free Press http://www.augustafreepress.com/stories/storyReader$34014]. Meanwhile, an Unnamed NY Times columnist makes shit up about Harry Reid cutting "a deal" not to filibuster a Supreme Court nominee [The Nation http://www.thenation.com/blogs/outrage?bid=13&pid=2373]

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