From the article: "The problem is that, while Wall has a right to his own opinion, he does not have a right to lie about Feingold’s positions or record."Clearly, John Nichols needs to pay more attention.
Yes. And for what it's worth, here is the latest claim to the contrary (.pdf; 14 pgs.).
To imply in speech is to use words to signify or mean something naturally and logically to be understoodYes! Yes!
Wow! Not paying taxes. How did he not get nominated by Obama for a cabinet level position??
He's paid plenty of taxes. That's just a political sideshow, an effort to make a "class war" between Wall and Feingold. The point is, there is no "government takeover of health care" in the works.
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