Sunday, February 24, 2008

Rich Connor of the TL: The New York Times sucks

Times Leader Editor Richard Connor on the NYT McCain story: "The paper’s staff is laden with reporters and editors whose work shows them to be haughty, aloof and smitten with an institutional ego that borders on insufferable.... Over the past 10 years The New York Times has repeatedly embarrassed itself due to poor supervision of reporters and inept work. It has been plagued by plagiarism, among other problems." Got it.

In Fort Worth, Connor writes about Texas Republican politics

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jack-Ass.

Anonymous said...

What's the over/under on number of Repubs Connor could blow in a single evening?

I'm setting the line at 5.5.

Discuss...

Anonymous said...

It takes the publisher of a shitty newspaper to know a shitty story in a great newspaper.

Anonymous said...

How did Connor even hear about the story? You know he doesn't read the Times. Must have heard Rush or O'Reilly discussing it.

Anonymous said...

Yeah the New York Times Sucks, isn't that the pot calling the Obama black. How can you have Joe Soprano as your employee of the year and consider your paper not to suck? Wow.... try being a night editor then rethink those awards you hand out. Soprano is as lazy as they come. The Rich Connor sucks, with his mundane articles about absolutely nothing. Ain't that right, can i get an "Oh, Momma"? Cuz you know how it is too. People at the NY TImes wouldnt even wipe their ass with the Times Leader

Anonymous said...

I worked locally for the "Screw (you royally) York Times. The communist attitude along with the 10 rules of the road, made it almost impossible to be a reporter at the station (16). All good little Comrades at the Times owned station would spend most of their day ratting each other out to gain favor with Politbureau Secretary Kirchen, than doing their own jobs. You could pass her office anyday and the same rats would be giving their daily report of anyone who may have looked at them funny. That could be construed as not being loyal to the Czar. All this was going on as Plaigarism, and a multitude of other sins were popping up almost on a daily basis in the company.