Don’t be­lit­tle Pence

Baltimore Sun - - FROM PAGE ONE - Gail House­holder, Mar­riottsville

“Wow” is all I can say re­gard­ing The Bal­ti­more Sun’s hit piece ed­i­to­rial on Gov. Mike Pence (“Pence’s big night,” Oct. 6). The con­sis­tently par­ti­san ed­i­to­rial board must not have read the news­pa­per’s own sur­vey on who won Tues­day’s vice pres­i­den­tial de­bate, but I did! Gov­er­nor Pence wiped the floor with Sen. Tim Kaine, 72 per­cent to 25 per­cent, but that surely didn’t in­flu­ence The Sun’s per­cep­tion of the de­bate.

In­stead, the en­tire ed­i­to­rial of­fered noth­ing but praise for Mr. Kaine who, by the way, did noth­ing but spew the same old tired talk­ing points ad nau­seam and interrupted Mr. Pence more than 70 times dur­ing the 90-minute de­bate. Mr. Pence was mea­sured, knowl­edge­able and ex­tremely po­lite ver­sus Mr. Kaine, who came off over-re­hearsed, bor­ing and rude.

The Sun never dis­ap­points in prov­ing it’s not a news­pa­per but an un­fair, opin­ion­ated rag!

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