NYT finds Thompson family lobbying noteworthy

The New York Times continues to descend into a parody of a newspaper by noting Fred Thompson's family has engaged in lobbying. Unless I am wrong, similar arangements by prominent Democrats seem to escape much notice by the Grey Lady. Perhaps there are some readers who could remind us of a similar article published by the Times about John Murtha or Tom Daschle or even the mother-and son Meeks of Florida. Then again, Perhaps not.

Update: Alert readers remind us about Harry Reid's sons and son-in-law's lobbying, and Diane Feinstein's attempt to steer business to her husband. And that's just the most recent examples, scratching the surface.
The New York Times continues to descend into a parody of a newspaper by noting Fred Thompson's family has engaged in lobbying. Unless I am wrong, similar arangements by prominent Democrats seem to escape much notice by the Grey Lady. Perhaps there are some readers who could remind us of a similar article published by the Times about John Murtha or Tom Daschle or even the mother-and son Meeks of Florida. Then again, Perhaps not.

Update: Alert readers remind us about Harry Reid's sons and son-in-law's lobbying, and Diane Feinstein's attempt to steer business to her husband. And that's just the most recent examples, scratching the surface.