From Merriam-Webster's Unabridged Dictionary: 1. <I go out to talk to whomever it is —Guatemala News> 2. <he attacked whomever disagreed with him> Shouldn't 1 and 2 above technically be whoever—yes or no? I think I'm correct here on both counts. Do you? Reasons: (1) It is he; thus, use whoever. (2) He disagreed with him; hence, use whoever. Thank you.