Asleep at the switch newspapers coddle Bush
Through all the Bush horrors, there's always the stunning thought, "What would be the press reaction if Clinton had (done, not done, failed at, etc.) this?"
Needless to say, the difference is simply irrefutible and obvious.
Jamison Foser at Media Matters does a great job of documenting one such comparison between how the Washington Post and New York Times dealt with the Lewinsky allegations vs. the attention they devoted to the revelation that Bush has broken the law and authorized unconsitutional spying on American citizens.
The account contains outrageous and stark evidence that the media is on bended knee when it comes to Bush.
Thanks to Atrios for the catch.