"Provincial", Mz. Abrahamson? It's "provincial" to want reporters to leave their biases at the newsroom door? If you're allowing political cant to replace accurate reporting of the stories, you're a COMMENTATOR, not a REPORTER, and you belong on the op/ed pages. And if you're softballing your political favorites and slamming those with which you disagree, you're an ADVERTISER, not a REPORTER, and you belong in a glossy insert.
What a pitiful, flat echo of 2008. With no real accomplishments to speak of -- aside from killing bin Laden (good!) -- we saw a small president and an angry one . . . a man willing to ridicule his opponents and implicitly accuse those who disagree with him of not believing in "citizenship."
The inspiration, the hope, the civility we saw in '08 is long, long gone. I can't imagine there is a single undecided voter -- or a single unemployed one -- who decided tonight to cast a ballot for Obama on the basis of this effort.
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