The PG sent mixed signals about bipartisanship for July Fourth

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Let me see if I understand the wondrous communications of a modern, major, 21st-century daily newspaper. The editorial board of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette writes a fine and thoughtful editorial on the Fourth of July urging more bipartisanship and reconciliation whether “Democrats or Republicans, liberals or conservatives” (“Fractious Fourth: Today’s Patriots Should Seek Reconciliation”), then, on the same page, prints a typical Rob Rogers partisan editorial cartoon lampooning all Republicans. Way to go. Just what are we, the readers, to presume is your newspaper’s message?

Franklin Park

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