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Sun's immoral attack on Roy Moore

If Kayla Moore was trying to convince the public that her husband Roy Moore is not an anti-Semite, she hardly could have done a worse job.

I was amazed at your editorial, “The Ray Moore moral clarity scale: Where does your favorite politician rank?” (Dec. 11). To me, it was only a scale of how various Republicans with a token Democrat or two was judged by how they fit into the editorial plans of The Baltimore Sun and its ideology.

Funny how you used to promote the theme of “stay out of our bedrooms,” yet you decided to peek into Mr. Moore’s and those of other Republicans you don’t want to get elected. Anything regarding Mr. Moore’s defense or disputing the claims was either mentioned to gloss it over or was totally ignored.

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Call it morality or immorality, what happened to Mr. Moore, even with the Republican leadership’s blessing, served its own purpose. Guess it is up to an informed person (far more then just being a watcher or reader) to assign the level of evilness on editorial morality.

Michael W. Kohlman, Baltimore

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