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- n. Alternative form of nonissue.
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- n. the state of something that has outlived its relevance.
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- n. the state of something that has outlived its relevance
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Abortion is the biggest non-issue of our time, from a political perspective.
If she hadn't made that misrepresentation the plane would be a non-issue.
Who cares where they are tried, this is another Republican non-issue hissy fit.
It seems to me that if the stories and the ideas presented were judged on their own merit, the whole gender/race thing should be a non-issue.
People move about through superluminal flight combined with suspended animation, making travel a non-issue.
What's your take? is this a good idea, a bad idea, or a non-issue ... and why?
This is such a non-issue, and for Doofy and the other mindless dolts on the Faux morning show to be feigning outrage is ridiculous.
The biggest non-issue of the day is this story ( "Questions raised about Rahm Emanuel's housing arrangement in D.C.") about some Republicans who are spending their time blogging about whether Rahm Emanuel should be paying taxes for living, rent-free, in the basement of a home owned by Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-Conn) and her husband, with whom Rahm has worked.
At that point, the actual removal of the tents by the police immediately "evaporated" into the non-issue it had actually always been.
In the 1980s, Reagan's faith ranged from non-issue to a negative, given his irregular church attendance after and because of the assassination attempt and his wife's consulting astrologers.