Hering’s Sense of Self-Preservation and/or Common Sense

Apparently it kicked it just long enough for him to write this editorial.

Funny, though – he omits any discussion of why a nonpartisan SecState is good, or why the job has party affiliation attached to it in the first place. He also omits, well, anything else – including his usual attitude that almost always makes me want to bang my head against a wall.

Poor guy – he can’t quite come out and say it, but it’s obvious that he’s disappointed with the state of affairs re: the secretary of state, and so is – and this is why I’m confused – begging that the person who wins be as nonpartisan as possible.

I wonder if he’d say the same thing if the party affiliations were reversed? I think he’d be pretty happy and likely to have a whole new position on the situation.

Who needs consistency, anyway?

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