NY Times Editorial Writers Don't read their own newspaper

In the lead editorial Public Funding on the Ropes, the New York Times seems to go out of its way to make the claim that Obama is rejecting public financing for the Presidential campaign because he must battle so-called 527 groups that exist outside the public campaign system (and outside the nominees control).

The paper makes the outlandish claim that John McCain, "  is inviting them (527 groups) into the fray on his behalf."  

Balderdash.  

As reported in the Politico and in today's New York Times , such GOP-leaning 527 groups are all but non-existent at this point with little chance of having any impact in this election. 
The Times also noted that donors on the right were wary of funding such 527 groups and that McCain has been highly critical of them in the past (recall he castigated the Swift Boat ads against Senator John Kerry). The paper notes this wariness may also be due because of the "possibility they might occur the wrath of John McCain".   

So how can one square the editorial which opines that McCain is inviting 527s into the fray on his behalf with the news section of the paper which states that such efforts may incur McCain's wrath?   Does the editorial board even read its own paper?  

In fact, 527 groups are much more likely to help Barack Obama. In the previous election cycle the top contributor to 527 groups was George Soros-an early supporter of Barack Obama. Anyone doubting the impact of Soros's network of 527 groups should merely do a google search using his name and the number 527. 

David Horowitz wrote a book about the influence of George Soros on politics in America 
    He was followed by Peter Lewis, Steven Bing, and Herb and Marion Sandler (the Sandlers and Peter Lewis are very close to George Soros) These are. all very liberal Democrats who will come out in force for Obama and who will tap their vast network of 527 groups to boost Barack Obama.  

This reversal on the part of Barack Obama is very revealing . He not only has more money than John McCain,  free media coverage that is adoring, but can tap the very groups who he once said corrupted our electoral system.    Welcome to the non-politician Chicago-style politician.    

A man who can lie with impunity because he enjoys immunity from scrutiny.
In the lead editorial Public Funding on the Ropes, the New York Times seems to go out of its way to make the claim that Obama is rejecting public financing for the Presidential campaign because he must battle so-called 527 groups that exist outside the public campaign system (and outside the nominees control).

The paper makes the outlandish claim that John McCain, "  is inviting them (527 groups) into the fray on his behalf."  

Balderdash.  

As reported in the Politico and in today's New York Times , such GOP-leaning 527 groups are all but non-existent at this point with little chance of having any impact in this election. 
The Times also noted that donors on the right were wary of funding such 527 groups and that McCain has been highly critical of them in the past (recall he castigated the Swift Boat ads against Senator John Kerry). The paper notes this wariness may also be due because of the "possibility they might occur the wrath of John McCain".   

So how can one square the editorial which opines that McCain is inviting 527s into the fray on his behalf with the news section of the paper which states that such efforts may incur McCain's wrath?   Does the editorial board even read its own paper?  

In fact, 527 groups are much more likely to help Barack Obama. In the previous election cycle the top contributor to 527 groups was George Soros-an early supporter of Barack Obama. Anyone doubting the impact of Soros's network of 527 groups should merely do a google search using his name and the number 527. 

David Horowitz wrote a book about the influence of George Soros on politics in America 
    He was followed by Peter Lewis, Steven Bing, and Herb and Marion Sandler (the Sandlers and Peter Lewis are very close to George Soros) These are. all very liberal Democrats who will come out in force for Obama and who will tap their vast network of 527 groups to boost Barack Obama.  

This reversal on the part of Barack Obama is very revealing . He not only has more money than John McCain,  free media coverage that is adoring, but can tap the very groups who he once said corrupted our electoral system.    Welcome to the non-politician Chicago-style politician.    

A man who can lie with impunity because he enjoys immunity from scrutiny.