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(Seattle Times)   Knoxville News Sentinel (Tennessee) ends their 90 years of Presidential endorsements after editorial board decides they don't want to risk offending the three people who still actually subscribe to the Knoxville News Sentinel   ( divider line
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2012-10-17 11:40:56 AM  
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Trapped between endorsing a Morman and a ni-*BONG!* they choose instead to take their ball and go home. Let's see if they revive the practice in 2016.
2012-10-17 09:56:58 AM  
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The St. Louis Post-Dispatch endorsed President Obama a week or two ago. It was a very well written article, noting things he has and hasn't done well, and then noting that no one can tell what Romney would do.
2012-10-17 09:32:14 AM  
1 vote:
Their explanation makes sense. Does anyone really pay that much attention to editorial board endorsements anymore? It seems the only benefit to them nowadays is to pigeonhole yourself as a liberal or conservative paper.
2012-10-17 09:31:48 AM  
1 vote:
TRANSLATION: Nobody wants to lose their job or have the office fire-bombed for endorsing the n......
2012-10-17 09:30:14 AM  
1 vote:
Sounds like someone just can't swallow their pride and endorse Romney like a good little Republican drone.
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