Several prominent liberal newspapers have weighed in with critical editorials on the Associated Press story that Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid failed to disclose a real estate deal in which he made a $700,000 profit, including the Washington Post ("Mr. Reid's Nondisclosure"), the Philadelphia Inquirer ("Practice What You Preach"), and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution ("Sen. Reid Should Look in Mirror First").
The Times editorial page for Friday has…nothing. Well, it does include an undeniably urgent editorial on Hong Kong's average air pollution levels.
Turning to the news pages, there wasn't a follow-up to Philip Shenon's lame story , headlined in classic don't-read-this language, "Senator Offers to Amend Financial Forms."
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