Sen. Sanders, fresh off his 20 percentage points win in New Hampshire over Hillary, met with the Rev. Al Sharpton this morning. The crowd loves him, but we wonder how many are veterans. In another article in the NY Post, former Lt. Gov. Betsy McCaughey, points out the fact, they while he campaigns as a champion of veterans, as chairman of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee, Sanders sabotaged VA reform, to protect unions.
Hillary, obviously isn't the only democratic candidate with a trust problem. In her desperation, trust isn't her only problem. According to her avid supporters there is a special place in Dante's inferno for women who do not blindly vote for her because she is a woman. Michael Goodwin opines on the bigger message this sends in today's paper.
Hillary's staff, according to this article, "blackmailed" reporters. Wow, imagine that. A reporter wanted the story so badly, he did what Hillary's staff wanted. The staff was wrong and the reporter was also! The reporters that I know, would have told them to "whistle Dixie" and maintained the integrity of the profession. Readers of news articles must trust that the article is unbiased, when they want opinion, they go to the opinion page. Or if they really want to know what a candidate says, they go to (or watch) the debates, town hall meetings or visit their campaign offices.
Why is the it that democrats always want to kick the can down the road and postpone the inevitable? Doing this leaves a "hole" in the budget that other taxpayers will have to fill. It "sounds" helpful to young families but it certainly sends the wrong message, hasn't deferred payments cost everyone too much already?