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One of the most glaring misrepresentations is the claim to be able to add 30 – 40 million currently uninsured Americans, improve coverage for those who currently have health care, and not add to the cost by one additional dime.
This article in its misrepresentations is either malicious or naive.
If alleging "that she and the proposed class bought, bought more of, or paid more for Nature Valley products based on the misrepresentations" is insufficient, aren't almost all the allegations of harm in trademark complaints?
100% Natural claim 100% dismissed Rebecca Tushnet 2009
Someone needs to explain how calling Obama out on his misrepresentations is RACIST. felicia
They don't adjust the dollars to today's dollar's value, so it's not apples to apples anyway ... just most huff-n-puff smoke-screening misrepresentations from the GOP.
Repeatedly linking to Jill Stanek's misrepresentations is not evidence.
Zach: Repeatedly linking to Jill Stanek's misrepresentations is not evidence.
I am not going to pour salt on old wounds but, when I was burned by certain misrepresentations made to me on several occasions by local organizations in the town in which we live, I informed readers of these incidents at length on this and another, local, forum.
The first of the recent arguments that can be classified as misrepresentations of Belloc's theory is the assertion that Distributism is a "new theory" to which the world was introduced by Belloc with the 1936 publication of Restoration of Property see p.38.
It deprecated in strong terms the misrepresentations which had been circulated in regard to the ulterior objects of the Prophet and his brother as to the whites; and renewed the promise of an early visit.
Life of Tecumseh and of His Brother the Prophet Drake, Benjamin, 1794-1841 1841