Did you mayhaps mean apoplectic?
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““I, like tens of millions of other little guys, rely on Wall St. for my retirement.” then you must have had an apopletic fit when you saw your investments shrink by 75% last year.”
“But there's a reason why the president invoked FDR and not Ronald Reagan, why he reached for Social Security as a defining American accomplishment, and why he was comfortable invoking America's founding defects so casually -- something that makes conservatives go apopletic.”
“He made the Kos crowd apopletic for using right-wing framing in talking to them.”
“My sister (in New Jersey) almost had an apopletic fit (at election time) when I suggested that 'maybe' Obama may not be the light unto nations.”
“If this was implemented on Facebook or MySpace, would their respective userbases not be apopletic?”
“But now that AIG has cast him out on his hide, as multiple investigations expose possible fraud under his watch, Hank Greenberg - who gets apopletic at the mere mention of the seventh amendment - is threatening to sue!”
“Maybe I spent too many years in South Texas, but the hardest thing for me to understand in the immigration debate is why so many people get apopletic over the fact that illegal immigrants broke the law to get here.”
“I wouldn't mind ignoring the film altogether and dismissing this whole flap by saying it's only a movie were it not for the fact that in 2003 the righties went spittle-flecked apopletic when CBS dared to plan to present a docudrama about The Reagans and didn't present the late president and his wife with a heavenly glow around them in every scene.”
“He responded very defensively, and I was apopletic at his response toward us.”
“I think if I were to give in to my anal, grammarian self I would have probably perished in a fit of indignant apopletic combustion at this point.”
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