A brief aside… just for fun.

Yesterday I wrote a post criticizing Obama. I seem to do a lot of that.

In the post I noted the following Obama quote: “There isn’t a scenario absent of us deploying large numbers of troops that we can stop a civil war where both sides are dug in.”

I began my criticism by saying, “For the moment I will not comment on a Harvard Law School graduate ending his sentence with a preposition…”

I must admit to being a bit of a nut about spelling, punctuation and syntax. A reader and friend sent me the following admonition. I thought you might enjoy it.

“Never use a preposition to end a sentence with. That’s something, up with which I will not put!”

And thanks to BC for sending this.

Roy filly



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