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BONUS: Don't miss Steve Benen's take on Woodward's bungling.
BONUS II: This excerpt from Esquire's Charles Pierce sums up the problem:
"Having done its Watergate thing, the Post slipped comfortably back into its place in the respectable D.C. power structure. Woodward went with it, producing periodically weighty doorstops filled with establishment stenography. He's no more a liberal than he is a member of Motley Crue. He's a courtier to all the right people, the scribe to powerful. He's a journalistic Sadducee. He tends the Temple grounds."
(Photo: Bob Woodward, desperately trying to make amends for bringing down Richard Nixon.)