The New York Times has run profiles of Obama and Romney in recent days; over the weekend the Star Tribune ran both side by side on its politics page. What's intriguing is that neither profile focused on the candidates' policies. Instead, each picked a feature of the candidate (Obama's views on race; Romney's vocabulary) that was supposed to tell us more about each man in a highly scripted campaign. Did it work?
The New York Times shifted Issues on Election to take a view on Obama's views on race and the challenges he has to face because he is an African American.I trust this publication because they gave multiple source of information to give their point of view on the subject and they gave conclusions with direct evidence. The only thing missing in this story is that it is one sided and it would be nice to see the challenges Miit Romney might be going through.