Above is a link to a blog post at Salon written by someone named Cary Tennis. He links to one of my posts -- see below:
"Obama's Janus-faced campaign against American businesses"
His point is that "Janus-faced" is improperly used because popular understanding of the word is different from its original meaning -- the modern definition of Janus-faced is to be hypocritical. Many words have changed their original meaning and we customarily go with the modern meaning, unless we're giving a history lesson, which I clearly was not.
Mr. Tennis' real point, as an aside to his correction, is that Obama is "complex" rather than hypocritical -- uh, yeah, right. I love it when Obama apologists defend against his duplicity by relying on "nuanced" "complex" "a great thinker". Way too cute, and dumb. Give it up, Mr. Tennis, on the subject of private enterprise, Mr. Obama is hypocritical -- not really any different than other politicians, though, who have their favorite cronies and useful idiots, while lambasting the greedy ones, the Fat Cats who aren't useful.