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The idea that Snyder’s degrading management style could be safely contained to one team was always wrongheaded.The NFL is paying the price for underestimating its Daniel Snyder problem|Sally Jenkins|October 29, 2021|Washington Post
What I do know is that the unabashed, unironic adoration for such a sincere yet wrongheaded musical is hard to kick at and strangely tricky to confront.
The whole situation is weird and wrongheaded and misses several dozen points.
John Kael Weston remembers a man whose death he blames on our wrongheaded policies.Iraq War, 10th Anniversary: The Last Grand Mufti|John Kael Weston|March 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But to see New York cave to the voices of fear, rather than of reason, is unprecedented, shameful, and wrongheaded.Stop Moping! The Marathon Is Exactly What New York Needs Right Now|Jay Michaelson|November 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He even probably considers him a threat to the country in a certain kind of way—because his policies are disastrously wrongheaded.What Mitt Romney Could Do to Make the GOP Like Him More|Michael Tomasky|December 3, 2011|DAILY BEAST
But it is wrongheaded to look at Sayles as just a filmmaker writing a book.John Sayles Declares His Independence|Ben Crair|May 9, 2011|DAILY BEAST
This seems to me just as wrongheaded as the idea that Bush v. Gore was a “lawless” decision.Was the Health-Care Ruling a Liberal Victory?|Paul Campos|December 14, 2010|DAILY BEAST
In fact, it would seem to be allowed within philosophical circles that Mill's works are often wrongheaded and unphilosophical.
Only somehow it was a difficult point to make clear, if a person was so wrongheaded he couldn't see it for himself.The Beauty and the Bolshevist|Alice Duer Miller
But it would be a no less capital blunder to copy what is cheap or trivial or vicious, or even what is merely wrongheaded.African and European Addresses|Theodore Roosevelt
At last he called them "wrongheaded asses," flung himself into his boat, and made down the river to Jamestown.Pioneers of the Old South|Mary Johnston
He had always thought his good cousin a singular man, but he had never thought him a wrongheaded fool till this moment.Tales And Novels, Volume 7 (of 10)|Maria Edgeworth