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Journalists are responsible

Regarding your editorial in the Aug 16. edition - come on guys and gals please put on your big boy/girl pants. The President cannot hurt you - only you can self implode. Remember you are the only profession in this great country whose job is “guaranteed” by the Constitution.

Remember you do not walk on water. Humbleness and integrity are the two keys to your success. There is a new paradigm in national politics and you folks haven’t adjusted as yet. This president is not a nice person to deal with. He is about substance not form. Cross him in any manner and he will retaliate. Get used to it.

If you want us to continue to trust you remember that you are the ones totally responsible for creating this landscape of trust - not the President or any other elected politician.

Ken Bogdan

Sagle, Idaho


 

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