Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Does he read his own clog?

Fraser Nelson, commenting in his own clog, complains, viz à viz "an editorial about British economic policy which contained basic errors", that "The New York Times seems to have made that fatal mistake in politics: to judge politicians by what they say, not what they do".

Perhaps he should have a good talk with his colleague David Blackburn who, like Charlie Moore, seems to have imbibed at the fount of Jacques Delores, and believed everything he said. "Goose" and "Gander" come to mind.