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Posted by on Sep 24, 2016 in 2016 Elections, 2016 Presidential Election, Journalism, Media, Politics | 9 comments

Los Angeles Times Editorial Endorsing Clinton and Blasting Trump (Full Guest Editorial)

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The following editorial appeared in the Los Angeles Times on Friday, Sept. 23: ——— American voters have a clear choice on Nov. 8. We can elect an experienced, thoughtful and deeply knowledgeable public servant or a thin-skinned demagogue who is unqualified and unsuited to be president. Donald Trump, a billionaire businessman and television personality, is the…

  • dduck

    🙂

  • Bob Munck

    It’s interesting how much more informative, articulate, and well-reasoned some comments have become here at TMV lately.

    (Can anyone read emoticons on this site? They’re 12 pixels by 12 pixels, which for me on a 24″ 4K display means they’re 0.075 inches across — too small to see what expression is portrayed. All I see is a yellow circle with a few black dots in it.)

    • dduck

      🙂

    • SteveK

      You just have to play the hand you’re dealt… :o)

    • JSpencer

      I can’t differentiate when it comes to the emoticons either. They are microscopic!

      • JSpencer

        Of course there are the old fallbacks, : ) : ( ; ) etc.

        • Bob Munck

          the old fallbacks

          “Old?” I think the old fallbacks are called “words.” I’ve noticed that Shakespeare never used a single emoticon in anything he wrote. Neither did Twain, John D. McDonald, Robert Heinlein, Faulkner, Capote, Woolf, Steinbeck, etc. Of course Oscar Wilde did, but he’s the exception.

  • Ballard Burgher

    This is as thorough and complete a summary of the election as I have read. Thanks for sharing it.

  • dduck
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