Before you go and get all excited about the thought of me venturing in to the world of political commentary, this is slightly anecdotal and also mostly a linguistic issue. I do not even remotely posses an educated opinion in the world of politics, which is a prerequisite to their discussion.
That disclamier being set forth, last night I saw a sound bite of this fellow (and I’m paraphrasing but you will understand) that aroused my concern. It went something like this:
“I know I haven’t been in Washington long enough to see what is wrong, but I know what is wrong needs to be changed”
To me, this is what that really says:
“”I know I haven’t been in Washington long enough to see what
is wrong, but I know what is wrong
needs to be changed”
I’m fairly certain that’s the way this type of phrasing works out. Yes?
That has me a little worried.