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    April 28, 2010


    Shelly P

    Rocco, I'm with you. I don't know what the New York Times was thinking when they ran those stories. I scratched my head.

    Janine Libbey

    This post seems off topic to me.

    David Reich.

    Janine, you may be right, but I sometimes open my blog to others -- mainly non-bloggers -- who have something to say about media and related subjects, under the subject heading "Other Voices." Rocco's premise is why are media "pandering" or giving exposure to a disgraced politician. He thought some readers might have some thoughts on it.

    I'll be back to my usual mix of my 2 cents soon.

    Janine Libbey

    Thanks, David. I appreciate that you took the time to respond.

    Bill Shanker

    I can't even guess why The Times seems to be giving Spitzer so much coverage. But other media that have used him as a talking head commenter on legal issues are probably doing it for the tune-ins that may come from the curiosity factor. Why else? There is certainly no shortage of expert lawyers and former prosecutors are are good on TV.

    Eric S.

    Did the writer say the same thing about Bill Clinton who could not keep his zipper up?

    I guess it's a good story if you like the person the Times is talking about and it is shilling if you don't like the person.
    Shilling is in the eye of the beholder.

    And to borrow a great title......That's my MY 2 CENTS

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