This is a contender for sentence of the day. But it’s two sentences because while it’s the second which is worthy of note, it needs the first for context.
Smoking is not good for one’s personal health, that’s for sure, but journalistic credulity isn’t much chop, either. Martin Johnston really seems to have fallen victim — cough, cough! — to breathing in too much second-hand smug.
From David Cohen at the NBR.