The Washington Post’s column-length smirk that goes by “In the Loop” had another keen report this morning:
The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative has quietly led eight congressional delegations to Colombia in the past six months to promote the great benefits of free trade and win support for the proposed trade agreement with that country.
Sometimes in journalese “quietly” is a way of saying, “I haven’t been paying attention, but it’s not my fault.”
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