- - Tuesday, May 14, 2019

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts is one of a multitude of Democrats hungering for Oval Office gold and, unlike many of the horde of wannabees who remain anonymous, is loud, proud and unbowed even when wrong (“Warren’s anti-Fox sneer the kiss of campaign death,” Web, May 14). She was wrong when proclaiming her ethnicity to be Native American (a claim the Cheyenne Nation ridiculed), has been woefully misguided in her economic pronouncements, and now falls flat when scorning an appearance on Fox News. I guess she can assert consistency as a virtue, but when one’s campaign is consistently wrong, it tends, as Nobel-Prize-winner Bob Dylan sang, to sink like a stone.

PAUL BLOUSTEIN

Cincinnati

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