Sandy Stewart 
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Re: “Barnhart responds to CITY's Assembly endorsement

Ya know how those murder shows talk about signs of a "crime of passion" where the killing isn't random, but a personal, rage-fueled assault on the victim? The Bronson endorsement article isn't a single gunshot wound to Barnhart's head -- it's 136 stab wounds all over the face and body, with the blows continuing long after Barhart is dead. This "endorsement" was personal. It levels ongoing character assaults rather than an objective dissection of the candidates' qualifications. By her own admission, publisher Mary Anna Towler was rude and dismissive to Barhart volunteers who came to her door. And then when Barnhart sent a response to City Newspaper's Bronson endorsement, Towler used it as another opportunity to blast Barnhart using all sorts of inflammatory language, suggesting Barnhart attacked the integrity of her staff, and denouncing the alleged integrity attacks (which, of course, don't exist). It is ironic Towler is so defensive over a perceived integrity attack... following her own newspaper's unprecedented personal attack on an Assembly candidate.

City can endorse who they want. It's just shameful they resorted to character assaults and personal motives to do it.

20 likes, 11 dislikes
Posted by Sandy Stewart on 09/03/2016 at 9:50 AM

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