The New York Times has the editorial Romney Versus the Automakers. The editorial finishes with the following words:
What Mr. Romney cannot admit is that all this is a direct result of the government investment he would have rejected. It’s bad enough to be wrong on the policy. It takes an especially dishonest candidate to simply turn up the volume on a lie and keep repeating it.
By doing that in a flailing, last-minute grab for Ohio, Mr. Romney is providing a grim preview of what kind of president he would be.
I wonder what The New York Times would say if they weren’t trying to be so diplomatic.