In the course of burying news on Democratic dirty "tricks", like election fraud, the Times includes this classic bit of nostalgia about tricksters past:
While the 2016 race has been remarkable for its ugly tone, there is a rich political history of campaigns pushing ethical and legal boundaries to undermine the opposition. In 1972, supporters of Richard M. Nixon, who was even better positioned to win than Mrs. Clinton, unleashed an organized campaign of sabotage: forging letters, disrupting rallies and even flying an airplane over the Democratic National Convention that year with a banner that read “Peace Pot Promiscuity — Vote McGovern.”
I have long and repeatedly noted that Hillary is her party's answer to Dick Nixon - an impressive resume but no personal warmth leaving her respected but not loved, secretive, paranoid, ethically absent, at war with the media - Hillary's The One!
But times have changed in this regard - today it would be the Democrats flying a "Peace Pot Promiscuity" banner over their own convention.