NEW YORK, NY-- The New York Times and Newsweek magazine have officially closed their Obama for President campaign bureaus. There was internal dissension in both organizations concerning the wisdom of that action.
"I thought we should continue our supportive coverage of President-elect Obama since our country needs a successful presidency and a liberal one, not that there's any difference between the two," said a staffer at Newsweek.
The Times has said that it will continue its liberal agenda even as its earnings and stock price continue to fall.
"Some things are more important than money," said the ombudsman of the Times. "Such as the right to an abortion and gay marriage."