The woman’s phone message was clear and strong and, as is the case with many of its ilk, absent of name, number or even e-mail address:
“Your paper put an endorsement of Barack Obama on the front page. You should have put an endorsement of John McCain on the front page.”
She didn’t elaborate. Her point and reasoning were understandable, and there was no problem with her vitriol.
But her perceptions were more than a little hazy.