Four days to go

And the polls start to tighten a bit. Actually polls tightening it the days before an election is not an uncommon occurrence in elections in general.

What is a less common occurrence is a media outlet actively refusing to release information that could affect the candidacy of the man the editors of that outlet have already endorsed for president. The comedy is that they claim they are hiding behind ethical boundaries by doing so. What about the ethical boundary to tell their readers the truth, even when it hurts?

Voters have to ask themselves if this is the kind of president they want in the White House. Do we want a man leading our country who is embarrassed by the people he calls friends? Maybe the real problem is not that Obama is embarrassed, but that he wants to pull a fast one on so many people infatuated with his sales pitch. Too bad for them the presidency does not have a return policy.


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