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What does "The acceptable range of opinion stops long before it gets to him."" mean? "The New York Times may grudgingly admit that he’s “arguably the most important intellectual alive,” but they do it in the context of deploring his politics. He’s a media star in other countries and attracts standing-room-only audiences wherever he speaks here, but his appearances on American television are few and far between. The acceptable range of opinion stops long before it gets to him." What does "The acceptable range of opinion stops long before it gets to him."" mean? could you explain it to me?
Jun 30, 2015 10:51 PM
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It is a colorful way of saying that his opinions are controversial. In other words, his opinions are not within the acceptable range!
June 30, 2015
his opinions are not within the acceptable range, but it is a very convoluted way of saying it, you would never really hear a native speaker just talking like this, at lest not where I am from.
June 30, 2015
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