I don’t really have anything to say about the death of Nestor Kirchner and nor, it seems, do the analysts consulted by the New York Times:
His death could either bolster or hurt Mrs. Kirchner’s political prospects, analysts said.
Well that clears that up.
On the one hand this is typical of the he-said, she-said approach that bedeveils American newspapers; on the other it’s a welcome and sadly all-too-unusual admission that, actually, most of the time most people don’t know anything and the most honest answer to most political questions is Who the Hell Can Tell?
[Hat-tip: Sacha Issenberg]Tags: Argentina, Newspapers