Try to keep up, people . . . today, the NY Times has an article about the jukebox pollster candidate who would rather hear about what’s in your iPod than hear what you think about Iraq.
I’ll give it to them, the article has a sweet closing:
Rob Sheffield, author of the book “Love Is a Mix Tape: Life and Loss, One Song at a Time,” said he wished that Mrs. Clinton would choose a song she personally liked rather than deferring to the tastes of strangers. “I’m more interested in hearing what Hillary is rocking in the crib, you know?” he said. (full article)
I’m with you, Rob.
But, NY Times, where were you three days ago? Huh?
City that never sleeps, my ass.