Let me explain:
Earlier this week, the Times offered a curious "endorsement" of my opponent, Don Norcross, stating...
U.S. Rep. Donald Norcross, during his first full term in Congress, has shown himself to be a solid back-bencher... [who won't] cast any vote that greatly angers his better-known brother, South Jersey Democrat "boss" George Norcross III.
Indeed, while the Times struggled to list any real accomplishments of Donald Norcross while in Congress, the editorial concluded with a statement as accurate as it is disturbing:
Norcross... has a better opportunity to grow into the seat custom-made for him by the family political dynasty.
Since when is it the role of the press to laud 'political dynasties' and fete those who enjoy "custom-made" positions of power over their fellow citizens?