I have recently been reading Current with ever-increasing disappointment as Brian Kelly and Steve Greenberg slant their viewpoints toward Donald Trump.
Today’s (July 26) article, “Clinton lacking regard for women,” took the cake, especially in light of Trump’s running mate’s recent attack on women’s rights.
The media’s job is to offer both sides of an issue, especially during a presidential election where there is so much at stake.
There are some Hamilton County residents, rational and educated, who do not subscribe to Trump’s vitriolic diatribes that lack substance. He endorses family values and demeans immigrants while standing on the RNC stage with children from three different women and a current “immigrant” wife. Hypocrisy? He insists he, and only he, has some magical power that will solve America’s woes, but offers no details. He will not be appointed king, but will work with elected officials. Surely, he will not add Congress to his other 3,500 lawsuits when they cross him.
If you support a candidate who has spouted filth, discrimination and misogyny, who shows no impulse control or simple civilized courtesy, that is your American right. But, for heaven sakes, afford the same rights to your opponents.