If you personally don't respond to this to challenge this LA Times endorsement, then you struck out in the Battle of the Editorial Pages. This endorsement must be rebutted in letters to editors all over
California, all of which are all easily accessible at usnpl.com for California. He depends on a landslide there, and that victory depends on your countering the flawed logic of this LA Times endorsement.
Let's show our strength and our intelligence, and manifest to California how out of touch the LA Times Editors are with their readership. It is a shallow, lukewarm, ill-considered endorsement: they are trying to please somebody. I wonder whether the editor's marching orders came down from their corporate board of directors? Please ask them that question.
Please send a note to Robert Reich at UC Berkeley and call, to his assistant Rebecca Bowles, [(510) 642-0560 rboles|AT|berkeley.eduEmail address], asking him to rebut this quasi-endorsement, then send it to every newspaper in California, New Jersey, New Mexico, Montana, Washington DC, and both Dakotas. We also need him to champion the legal effort to achieve a new clean New York Primary.
Keep it short under 150 words, and you have a good chance of your letter getting printed. This form makes it easy:
Please destroy their wishy-washy specious logic and parasitic sycophantic lack of reasoning. Remind them that Bernie has been in Congress more years than JFK, Obama, and Bernie's opponent all put together. Jimmy Carter, George Bush II and Bill Clinton were never in Congress at all.
HRC is "vastly more experienced"? Sure, as an unmitigated hawk who very few international leaders even start to trust or believe. Personally, I don't like her track record at all. Why does the LA Times?
Ask them to explain HOW did they devolve to become so out of touch with their readers. Maybe they exalt her promoting fracking when she was Secretary of State?
I know you will all have a lot more to say the whole lot of them at the LA Times than a mere 150 words. Fortunately, there is no word limit in emailed letters to their entire editorial staff, all very easy to locate by following the instructions on how to address them at the top of this page:
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