The Washington Post just issued an editorial that excoriates the Obama administration for its plan to spend $53 billion on high-speed rail. So what, you say, such a program is folly in the midst of all the concerns about reining in the Federal budget.
What's interesting is that the Washington Post has hidden its dissent behind the moniker of "Editorials", not wishing to attach a name to their opinion piece.
At the risk of sounding colloquial, what pussies! The Washington Post can editorialize all it wants in anonymity, but it will never publish a piece in opposition to the Obama administration under an actual byline. Lord knows they don't want to lose their privileges at the Obama White House by defying the "One", but to hide their opposition to an Obama initiative through anonymity is gutless.