Wednesday, March 12, 2008

More Self-Promotion on Healthcare

At the American Spectator online, I have an op-ed based on my Cato Policy Briefing on the WHO healthcare rankings.

The title ("WHOm Are They Kidding") was not my creation. While whom is grammatically correct in that sentence, in general I think it's okay to use who in idiomatic sayings like "who are you kidding," "who's fooling who," and "who do you think you're fooling" -- traditional grammar rules notwithstanding.

1 comment:

Brandon said...

So according to the WHO rankings, if Michael Moore dies an untimely death, the U.S. Health care system is to blame, not Michael Moore's severe obesity. Am I right?