Similarly, Mrs. Clinton’s occasional missteps, combined with attacks on her trustworthiness, have distorted perceptions of her character. She is one of the most tenacious politicians of her generation, whose willingness to study and correct course is rare in an age of unyielding partisanship. As first lady, she rebounded from professional setbacks and personal trials with astounding resilience. Over eight years in the Senate and four as secretary of state, she built a reputation for grit and bipartisan collaboration. She displayed a command of policy and diplomatic nuance and an ability to listen to constituents and colleagues that are all too exceptional in Washington.Just a reminder: this is the same mindset that got Walter Duranty far at the New York Times.
Saturday, September 24, 2016
The New York Times Editorial Board Endorses Clinton Before First Debate. Democrat Party Newspaper Editorial Board has the Morals of Crooked Hillary.
Even before the first debate the New York Times editorial board has endorsed Hillary Clinton. This "in kind " style campaign contribution shows the low morals of their editorial board:
Posted by Steve Bartin at 1:40 PM