Yes, I did notice the extra "r" in "herron". My use of red herrings is that you may comment on my spelling, grammar or punctuation while totally ignoring the meat of my post
And your spelling of herron was intentional? I suppose my spelling of James Carville is not a red herring?(yes, I know it is George Carville but I have been typing it James Carville and you Libtards will try to correct me while ignoring the meat of my post.<quoted text>
Rouge's intentional spelling errors, which he claims are red herrings, are ineffectually designed to camouflage his numerous unintentional spelling errors, which I call "red herrons".