When Martins’ spokesman E. O’Brien Murray told Newsday “Jack Martins, the Republican candidate running to replace retiring Democratic Rep. Steve Israel, will vote for Donald Trump, his party’s presidential candidate, but has not endorsed him”, he is stating a distinction without a difference. This demonstration of mental gymnastics “is a type of logical fallacy where an author or speaker attempts to describe a distinction between two things although no difference exists.”
Sometime it's not clever or sophisticated language that matters, it's the simple truth and wisdom passed down by our Caribbean parents, “Child, dat man is giving ya a six for a nine”
Jack Martins, where is your moral courage? What is the difference between voting for someone and their ideas and not endorsing them?