We do not say "Freudian slip"; we say, "this is what the subject said" knowing that the subject, once caught, will say, "that's not what I meant", or "I misspoke", and so on. When, for example, Dennis Dechaine said, "We were losing daylight", we know that the pronoun, "we" is used millions of times by us, and that it means plural. We do not reinterpret. It means that when Dechaine claimed to be alone, he was not.
When OJ Simpson said, "my guilt" he took ownership of guilt.
When Stephen Trunscott said, "my victim", he took ownership of his victim.
Later, the deceptive will say, "that's not what I meant."
Yet, we allow a subject's words to guide us.
Controversy: What do you hear from Vice President Joe Biden?
We have read that President Obama has been embarrassed by Mr. Biden for four years, and has, on occasion, severely chastised Biden for his mouth.
MSNBC, who according to Pew, is even more partisan than Fox News disputes what it was that Biden said here. What do you hear? It is another question of media's integrity.
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Please put what you hear in the comments section.