"Make no mistake: The administration’s manufactured outrage isn’t about good policy or fairness. It’s raw politics, as the White House and its Democratic allies in Congress desperately search for any campaign issue, from the minimum wage to student-loan financing, to help them retain control of the Senate in the midterm elections."
Whenever someone uses terms like: make no mistake, clearly, surely, certainly, and the like, the one thing you can be sure of (crap, now I’ve done it) is that they’re trying to tell you what to think, rather than presenting information and ideas and asking you to decide where you stand.
I tend to run screaming from this. Your mileage may vary.