- From Old Persian 𐎠𐎿𐎶𐎠𐎴𐎶 (asman-, "sky"). (Wiktionary)
“Looks like David Asman is ready for his daily Talking Points DownLOAD.”
“Clark immediately called Asman on his bullsh*t and started yelling at him to stop "playing politics " and to "take it straight".”
“One small editing note: Seven paragraphs from the end the human character is referred to as Osman, not Asman.”
“But Forbes, Ozanian and Asman were completely serious.”
“Asman went back to Hardy and attempted to prod him into calling Obama the bigger evil-doer.”
“But host Asman followed up to suggest that Forbes was right to call the Obama administration worse.”
“Oh wait a minute, this is — this is the wrong poll," Asman blurted out.”
“Confronted with poll data that ruined their whole thesis, Asman and Coulter simply continued asserting that the anti-war crazies were dragging down the Dems, as if nothing had happened. print share”
“Confronted with poll data that ruined his whole thesis, Asman and Coulter simply continued on with the talking point as if nothing had happened. print share”
“For Asman, nationalization was merely a code word for socialism.”
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