The Telegraph in Britain ran a story today with the following headline:
"Sarah Palin emails: Enemies sent a series of death threats"
Not for nothing do they study grammar in school in England.
Does that headline not say that Sarah Palin sent death threats via Email?
Of course, that's not what the story says. The story says the exact opposite: that her enemies (nominative clause) sent (verb) to Sarah (dative clause) a series of death threats (accusative clause).
Not. the. other. way. round.
These people are going to need to change their pants when Sarah is elected President next year....