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You can see how galling it can be to have your name so used, especially when the insinuation is that I am the ignorant party in the dispute. from → Unexamined Life
The insinuation is almost invariably that they owe their riches not to entrepreneurial ability, but to political connections.
The insinuation is not that they "compromise with the system", but that they largely profit on behalf of the others (the state budgets).
And I would ask please that this insinuation is immediately retracted.
“The insinuation from the Obama campaign that John McCain, a former prisoner of war, cheated is outrageous,” Nicolle Wallace, a spokeswoman for Mr. McCain, told The Times.
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