Have a look at Gail Collins's latest New York Times op-ed entitled "You Choose or You Lose," which is bereft of even a modicum of objectivity. Our little Candy Crush Saga devotee informs us:
"Faced with a choice between a guy who could compromise national security and a woman who wants universal early childhood education, the former chairwoman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee [Senator Susan Collins] claimed to be at a loss for an answer."
Well, as you all know, I believe that Trump potentially threatens the existence of life on this planet. On the other hand, Collins might have wanted to note Hillary's use of a home server through which classified material passed and which actually compromised national security.
Collins goes on to say:
"Right now we live in a world that’s been messed up by the bad decisions George W. Bush made about invading Iraq."
Heck, all this while, I thought Hillary supported Bush's Iraq mess.
And then there's that new matter involving the Clinton Foundation's ties to the State Department, i.e. influence peddling.
Yup, it's going to require a cast-iron stomach to enter an American voting booth this November.