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The WSJ's Guide cautions us that "Begging the question refers to the use of an argument that assumes the truth of what you are trying to prove.
That seems to be begging the question because these "aspirations" appear to include the right to fish year round, without limits.
But the constitution is not clear on whether he can seek another term, begging the question as to what might await the country when voters go to the polls.