``It's a huge black eye,'' said Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., chairman of The New York Times Company and publisher of the newspaper, whose family has owned a controlling interest in The Times for 107 years. ``It's an abrogation of the trust between the newspaper and its readers.'' Oh, don't worry, Mr. Sulzberger, your regular readership doesn't care about accuracy or truth from your pages, so the impact of this liar and fraud working for your paper should be in fact minimal. Your paper's credibility exists in a vacuum of liberal dreamworks, so truth is the least important commodity ... as your paper has proven repeatedly over the last decade plus. No need to change your stripes now, now that your readers are buying your bilgespittle.
posted on 05/10/2003 11:43:03 AM PDT
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``It's a huge black eye,'' said Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr."
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