It’s Not the Press Who is Treasonous

The Bush Administration’s attack on the New York Times is a poisonous and despicable political tactic. It was the Administration—backed by most of Congress—which led us into a war based on lies and deception. They should be held in contempt by the American people for directly causing the loss of so many lives (let alone the daily misfortune of many). Bravo to the New York Times and the few other news outlets courageous enough to keep the American people informed about domestic spying and other surveillance schemes that threaten our civil liberties. The White House has clearly lifted a tactic out of Richard Nixon’s political playbook: the use of Spiro Agnew to help defend another disastrous war–Vietnam. In a much-publicized speech, Agnew attacked the news media as “nattering nabobs of negativism” as part of Nixon’s political counter-offensive. As now, the White House was desperately trying to change the growing public disenchantment with that war. Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.

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