lack of skepticism

See: credulity
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Warrick asserts that the intense frustration in Washington over the government's inability to find bin Laden and Zawahiri generated increasing CIA excitement over Balawi and led to a fatal lack of skepticism.
McGovern encountered during the "town hall forum" at University of Massachusetts Medical School Tuesday, but there still was no lack of skepticism over health care reform that Congress is considering.
But unlike Richter's canvases, which methodically reenact reproduction of the photographic process with cool, if not cold, mechanized neutrality, Mendel-Black's bring an unabashed lack of skepticism to abstraction, and seem almost eager to please.
That, in part, explains the media's uncharacteristic lack of skepticism about the Bush administration's assertions about weapons of mass destruction.
Another instance of lack of skepticism is the author's reliance on bad data in some cases.
With an apparent lack of skepticism, Fialka accepts the FBI's claim that it is handling more than 800 cases of economic espionage at present, though FBI Director Louis Freeh refuses to document a single one.
Thus, the "hard call" must be made by the investor, she said, noting her surprise at the lack of skepticism among some taxpayers when they are approached about these deals.
Paulos' quixotic quest is serious, He feels that innumeracy contributes to a lack of skepticism and lack of critical thinking, which lead to poor life decisions.
Despite the stock's stellar technicals, this lack of skepticism yields a Gold Score (www.
This lack of skepticism is not encouraging from a contrarian perspective.