American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Mugabe, Robert Gabriel Born 1924. Zimbabwean politician who led the Black nationalist struggle against the white minority government of Rhodesia. After Zimbabwe's independence (1980), he was elected prime minister, then executive president, then president (since 1990).
“That's slightly more than 20 percent of Zimbabwe's population, forced to leave their country under what they call Mugabe's repressive regime. (voice-over): Mugabe has been the country only ruler since independence in 1980.”
“Tsvangirai vowed Sunday to end what he described as Mugabe's”
“The MDC has warned it may not contest the poll if the violence and what it calls Mugabe's "tyranny" continues.”
“Sources said he spoke about what he described as Mugabe's lack of sincerity in the talks, disrespect for African leaders and institutions, deception, acting in bad faith, and giving the MDC responsibilities without authority.”
“Mugabe is not a nice man, but the problems of Zimbabwe are mostly imposed from the rich countries outside and their sanctions.”
“Jeremy, Mugabe is hardly my hero, but I guess it is easier to pretend that so your wishes of death to people under US economic sanctions will look nice.”
“Mugabe is a nuisance to foreigners, but if he ran South Africa there'd be a global crisis.”
“Painting Roosevelt with the same brush as Mugabe is Limbaugh-quality logic.”
“Mugabe is a dictator ... perhaps we should invade there, and let's not forget the Sudan and Somalia.”
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