Any self-presumingly authoritative criticism that opens with a grammatical error,
You can agree with everything that Rachel Maddow or Ed Schultz say on MSNBC and still oppose their right to say it ...
... I instantly view as a trifle suspect.
I'm also beginning to wonder about Harvard. The author of the above, the NY Times' television critic, Alessandra Stanley, went there, and of course so did Mitt Romney, who said last night, "if you ask Ann and I what we'd give" for something or other. Yes, I often ask iself, or meself, such questions, too. For instance is there a difference between "and" and "or," as well as between the nominative case and the objective? Methink there is.