Skip to comments.NYT: "Country Has Never Needed Us More Than Today"
Posted on 06/28/2006 4:58:21 PM PDT by Sam Hill
From the New York Times' stockholders meeting:
2006 Annual Meeting of Stockholders
April 18, 2006
New York, New York
Arthur Sulzberger, Jr.
Chairman, The New York Times Company
Publisher, The New York Times
Janet L. Robinson
President and Chief Executive Officer,
The New York Times Company
Arthur "Pinch" Sulzberger:
Good morning. I am Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., Chairman of The New York Times Company. Welcome to our annual meeting and thank you for your interest in our Company...
<Much self-congratulatory back-patting snipped.>
As Bill Keller told our newsroom yesterday as our Pulitzers were awarded: Prizes don't always say anything terribly important about the state of our business, but [t]his year's Pulitzers do, and what they say is: the country has never needed us more than it does today.
How's that for chutzpah?
The Times treason ping.
Well, he is right about one thing. We've never really had much use for them. And we still don't.
Which country? North Korea? Iran? Syria?
Which country is that?
Look up. :-)
Pretty damn bad. Pinch needs his ass kicked.
I need the NYT like I need a hole in my head.
Is that the Rosenbergs I see there, too? How nice of them to attend.
How's your subscription rate, lately?
What a coincidence, I don't need anything their advertisers are selling!
Pray for W and Our Troops
The "New York Times" and "Washington Post" are not monolithic faceless alien oracles.
They are run by the the likes of the leftist homosexual on the right, ARTHUR SULZBERGER JR, and the socialist crook on the left, DONALD GRAHAM, Chair and CEO of Newsweek and Washington Post, son of CATHERINE GRAHAM MEYER, former owner of the Washington Post.
Every day these 2 enemies of the state unleash a horde of minor league propagandists on the American psyche in a blatant attempt to topple any GOP government that is elected by the American people.
They do not care if innocent civilians or soldiers die as a result and national security be damned.
2006 is the year they will be stopped.
They will no longer be able to hide unde a cloak of annonymity.
They will be exposed and their names equated with treacherous acts.
They and their komrades will be surveilled and brought up on charges.
Chairman Emeritus: Arthur Ochs "Punch" Sulzberger, age 71, $1,397,200 pay (prior to title change)
Chairman; Publisher, The New York Times: Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., age 46, $960,200 pay (prior to promotion)
VC and SVP: Michael Golden, age 48
President and CEO: Russell T. Lewis, age 50, $882,235 pay (prior to promotion)
SVP Operations and Acting CFO: John M. O'Brien, age 54
SVP and Deputy COO: David L. Gorham, $796,000 pay
I do have a need for newspaper today that I never had before. I use it as a table cover to clean my guns. Keeps from making a mess on my table. Good for bird cages too. The NYT is as good as any for these purposes so I have no objection to having the NYT in my house as long as no one reads it.