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Not only did i see them say this 2 days ago, but again this morning. Do these people go to college?
I have long been a viewer of CNN news and even sometimes a reader online, but I have to admit that I have been deeply disappointed in your network in the past 72 hours. Your coverage of Hillary Clinton's campaign speech in Kentucky included the following:
>>We heard something when she was talking about this gas tax, the break from the gas tax when she said, "If I were to be president," using a past tense as opposed to when "I become president this is what I'm going to do for you."
This is NOT past tense. Who says "I were going to the store yesterday to get some milk"? This is the subjunctive mood, something used to discuss an event that has not occurred and about which there is uncertainty.
To suggest that Mrs. Clinton's use of proper english grammar forgives doubts about her own candidacy is not only incorrect and uneducated, but highly biased.
If you need further lessons in grammar (or perhaps a better editor), please feel free to contact me.