As always, it is 100% undiluted tautology:
Per John Dickerson, it's GOOD when Mitt Romney talks about his dad but BAD when Hillary Clinton talks about her mom. pic.twitter.com/tJ2bt0gh13
— Teddy Goff (@teddygoff) July 17, 2016
To me, the unmatched champion if the genre will always be Jacob Weisberg’s iTunes analysis, arguing that George W. Bush’s mainstream musical tastes were the kind of rugged, authentic tastes you’d like to have a beer with and Hillary Clinton’s mainstream musical tastes were calculating and inauthentic and phony. If the lists of music had been precisely reversed he would have written exactly the same column with the artist/song names changed.