Truth outs at the NYT - the economy great under Bush

Vasko Kohlmayer
This is what Sheryl Stolberg writes today in the New York Times on page A1 in White House Memo:

Mr. Bush has spent years presiding over an economic climate that would be the envy of most presidents. Yet much to the consternation of his political advisors, he has had trouble getting credit for it...


Bush presiding over a great economy? This will surely come as a great shock to many of the NYT faithful who for the past seven years have been daily fed with stories suggesting the opposite.


As to Bush's not getting credit, can the relentless stream of  badmouthing and distortions spewed by the NYT and their collaborators in the mainstream media have anything to do with it?


The great economic performance under Bush all the more remarkable for the fact that this president faced an extraordinarily difficult set of circumstances: an inherited recession, terrorists attacks and record high oil prices. And yet with solid growth, low unemployment and low non-oil inflation, the American economy is not in recession, despite what some would have you believe.


It is just too bad that ‘the newspaper of record' has been working for all these years so hard to conceal this fact. But as the saying goes truth will eventually out, even when it has to come from the donkey's own mouth.

This is what Sheryl Stolberg writes today in the New York Times on page A1 in White House Memo:

Mr. Bush has spent years presiding over an economic climate that would be the envy of most presidents. Yet much to the consternation of his political advisors, he has had trouble getting credit for it...


Bush presiding over a great economy? This will surely come as a great shock to many of the NYT faithful who for the past seven years have been daily fed with stories suggesting the opposite.


As to Bush's not getting credit, can the relentless stream of  badmouthing and distortions spewed by the NYT and their collaborators in the mainstream media have anything to do with it?


The great economic performance under Bush all the more remarkable for the fact that this president faced an extraordinarily difficult set of circumstances: an inherited recession, terrorists attacks and record high oil prices. And yet with solid growth, low unemployment and low non-oil inflation, the American economy is not in recession, despite what some would have you believe.


It is just too bad that ‘the newspaper of record' has been working for all these years so hard to conceal this fact. But as the saying goes truth will eventually out, even when it has to come from the donkey's own mouth.