Monday, October 27, 2014

Proper usage

John Kasich is showing up every so often as a presidential contender, inevitably. It's important that reporters know the proper way to refer to him:

"Unlike Ohio Gov. John Kasich —who is cruising to re-election after betraying his own collective-bargaining reforms and caving to liberal pressure to expand Medicaid—Mr. Brownback has stuck to his conservative principles. . . . If Mr. Brownback loses, it will be because he’s not a charlatan or crank."


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is this supposed to be an example of a WSJ nonsequitur?

2:29 PM, October 27, 2014  

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