The adjective did not describe the subject, it described the exchange of ideas. That's why word order, matters. National subject of conversation =/= national conversation about a subject.Seems to me you're saying that a subject that is common to the whole nation in terms of their exchange of ideas [stated] by spoken [or written] words.
Something that is a national subject of conversation can be trivial, something that is a subject of national conversation cannot be.
You failed to understand the importance of the word order. Your failure to understand the import of something does not mean I moved the goal posts.YOU stated your definition of what determines a "huge deal", got called for it, tried to move hte goal posts, and are now trying to talk people down by using BIG LETTERS.
I use that "grade school" stuff on people who choose not to understand things, although I am surprised you are the person doing it this time.Sorry Tuck, try that grade school method on someone else, because you've debated me enough to know it's not going to have an impact on me.
I've debated you enough to know you know better than to accuse me of a fallacy as a way to excuse the reading comprehension errors of others.
I use words in a precise fashion for a reason. I am not to blame if you chose to ignore the precision of my words.