I was reading a Media Research Center Special Report (available here
) on the media's stomach-turning nostalgia for the days when communists ran almost half of the world (into the ground), and I ran across a quote from Jay Carney:
“In towns like Pushkino (pop. 90,000), many Russians view the tumult sweeping Moscow withmore anxiety and skepticism than do their big-city compatriots....They wonder if the destruction of Soviet communism will bring them anything more than uncertainty and hardship.”
Back then, Carney was a reporter (of a sort, as the British would say) for Time Magazine. Now he's the Press Secretary for President B.O.
Once a communist tool, always a communist tool.