31 Oct '16, 11am
Why #ImWithHer: Presidential campaigns aren't just political. They're personal.
Several friends reproached me after my last column — not for calling Gary Johnson a “lamppost” (unfair to lampposts?) as I did, but rather for not making the positive case for Hillary Clinton. They went so far as to suggest that perhaps I was a “lesser of two evils” voter or, more accurately, the “lesser of two evils and two wack jobs.” No, I am not. I'm with her. Emphatically. There are the obvious reasons: competence, experience — domestic and international — work ethic, integrity, etc. But these are all known even though, distressingly, a good segment of the population doesn’t believe them. Secretary Clinton had a 69 percent approval rating at the time she left the State Department so, if you are one of those who says she is of low character, I suggest you consider your susceptibility to negative propaganda. Sometime after she left State, I had the opportunity to press ...