One More Reason Conservatives Don't Trust the Media

"Reagan introduced to Sacramento an undemanding schedule and relaxed approach to state politics," Dinesh D'Souza wrote in his biography of Ronald Reagan.
He arrived at the office at 9 A.M. and left at 5 P.M. His aides told me that frequently, on his way out, he would stick his head into the conference room and call to his staff, "Hey, guys, get out. Go home to your wives." When aides asked him who would get all the work done Reagan often replied, "It's not that important. Go home."
I think of that line—"It's not that important. Go home."—frequently as this ill-advised and unnecessary special session drags on and journalists continue to treat the current budget gap as some sort of Armageddon. Check out this morning's breathless front page. Are you kidding me with that font size?

And you wonder why conservatives don't trust the media?

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