Hoystory links to a New York Times editorial which discusses the "leaks" from the Judiciary Committee (which made their way to a website) about the collusion between the Democrats on the Judiciary Committee and several far-left grievance groups opposing Bish's judicial nominees on ideological grounds. Hoy's pointed observation of the editorial's bias is dead on:
The Times editorial is also notable for how it describes the content of the memos.
The documents detailed how Democratic senators had strategized and consulted outside interest groups dedicated to opposing some of President Bush's more extreme judicial nominees.
Go back and read the memos. The Times should be lauded for this description -- I don't think there has ever been a better make-up job done on a pig.
If the leaked memos had been from the Republicans and detailed...say...how Republican senators had "strategized and consulted outside interest groups dedicated to" passing the President's energy bill, I'm sure the Times editorial writers would be as unconcerned with the actual contents of the memos.