"We don't look at four words," Justice Kagan declared during the Supreme Court arguments this week on ACA subsidies in federal-exchange states. Not if they're inconvenient words, we don't! If these four words on the specific subject under dispute supported the White House's position, though, we'd sure be looking at them, wouldn't we? In further discussion it developed that the four words were being taken out of context. As we've learned in the last four or five years, that's a glaring signal for "We're straight-up lying to you."