Opinion writer Gerald Haslam says that presidential wannabes like Sen. Ted Cruz can be less than subtle in their quests for attention, and they don’t seem to recognize that there are unfortunate consequences when politicians dishonestly vilify elected officials.
Opinion writer Gerald Haslam says that presidential wannabes like Sen. Ted Cruz can be less than subtle in their quests for attention, and they don’t seem to recognize that there are unfortunate consequences when politicians dishonestly vilify elected officials. Olivier Douliery Abaca Press
Opinion writer Gerald Haslam says that presidential wannabes like Sen. Ted Cruz can be less than subtle in their quests for attention, and they don’t seem to recognize that there are unfortunate consequences when politicians dishonestly vilify elected officials. Olivier Douliery Abaca Press

Candidates, stereotypes and nonsense

September 12, 2015 5:00 PM

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