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“Rope-a-dope only works (well) in an electoral setting, where you let the other side punch itself out and then the voters decide.”
“Rope-a-dope is great, but eventually you have to score”
“Budd Schulberg, or Newfield if he were here, may suggest the Muhammed Ali tactic of the Rope-a-dope.”
“Rope-a-dope was Ali's historic strategy to let Foreman just beat the hell out of him, landing effective punches to the mid-section, but protecting the head.”
“Rope-a-dope defensive tactics are not going to win this election for the Democrats.”
“Ali employed a strategy called "Rope-a-dope" in which he feigned passivity by repeatedly sagging against the ropes and allowing Foreman to attack him.”
“In each of the three 2008 presidential debates, Barack Obama played Ali to John McCain's Foreman by employing his own version of Rope-a-dope - in fact, double Rope-a-dope.”
“Rope-a-dope ': "We're into euphoria control around here," said one to the president's closest advisers.”
““Rope-a-dope” was the phrase coined by Muhammad Ali to describe the strategy he used to achieve his famous victory over George Foreman in the 1974 World Heavyweight Boxing Championship.”
““Rope-a-dope shifter and low clutch feel takes the fun out of using a manual [transmission].””
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