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Today’s (May 7) New York Times carries an article under the title, “Issues, schmissues. Can the Presidential candidates sing?,” which begins with the following passage:
“The cacophony of presidential candidates is getting louder by the day, and while they have a variety of views on political matters, many of them have at least one thing in common — a love of music.” - http://www.nytimes.com/politics/first-draft/2015/05/06/for-2016-candidates-a-mix-of-musical-talents/?hp&action
I consulted with Oxford online English Dictionary and Cambridge online English Dictionary to get the meaning, neither of which carries the definition of the word, “Schmissues.*”
I presume “schmissues” is an Yiddish origin from its sound. What does it mean? Is the word popular among Americans?
*P.S. I should have checked "schm-," not “Schmissues.”