Oh, believe me, it fills me with glee to know that only something like 3% of 18-29 year olds read newspapers nowadays. A dying media form, and since it's too often controlled by liberals or faux conservatives, one I don't mourn.
I took a class a few years back where the professor made us read the Times every day. the day it ended, I went right home and canceled my subscription to it. Felt good.
Also, my main reason for posting this was that they just had to bring up Paul's "disturbing racial views." You'd think a newspaper as respected as the NYT would provide us with some evidence of this claim, but I guess they now deal in rumors and hearsay.
Also, funny that the "establishment" that the Times represents always whines about how far right the GOP is, but somehow the candidate they most want always seems to get the nomination. First McCain, then Romney. It's almost like the GOP is not as conservative as they think. Who'd have thought?