By Richard Cohen
Tuesday, October 7, 2008; Page A21
Reading William Kristol’s column in yesterday’s New York Times, I discover that Sarah Palin and I have something in common.
Kristol, who was once Dan Quayle’s chief of staff and therefore, shall we say, has a Mister Rogers approach to certain politicians, got Palin on the phone and reported that “she doesn’t have a very high opinion of the mainstream media.” This is where we are in agreement. On account of Palin, neither do I.