Your front page on Aug. 11 read like a tabloid, rejoicing in the political demise of Gov. Andrew Cuomo. That demise is sad because he was a good and strong governor in some ways. He confronted the novel coronavirus when the Groper-in-Chief turned his back and lied about it.
And the boasting Groper-in-Chief had the backing of Elise Stefanik, who rejoiced (Page 6A). As Mark Antony said in William Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar”: “The evil men do lives after them. The good is oft interred with their bones.”
Arthur L. Johnson