n. A distorted and convoluted opinion, usually political, presented by media personalities, pundits and politicians to twist facts to partisan advantage. (NOTE: If it has an Irish sound to it, it is mere coincidence and one can only credit the gods of irony.)
There were a lot of ospinions being expressed on television after the presidential debate. The president's spokesperson was offering up a unique ospinion.
作者 Larry Horist 2012年10月17日

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