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“Germany cannot go through -- I repeat it again and again because it is so important -- before she has got hold of Hungary, and that can only be done by a flash war, by a "blitzkreig", though it will cost Germany a lot before she can get oil.”
“The crackers sounded out a mild 'blitzkreig' from early dawn until late at night.”
“Republican group mindlessly compares Obama to Hitler -- then urges its supporters to start a "blitzkreig" of their own cosanostradamus:.”
“What ever happened to the 90-day blitzkreig you promised your voters once the Dems took control of Congress?? hmm??”
“If the first half-year of the Reagan era could be considered to be a conservative blitzkreig, politically the next seven and a half years became trench warfare.”
“Celebrity has its place in this age of constant media blitzkreig, but what this country really needs is a sound foreign policy that is efficiently and effectively executed in a quotidian fashion by diplomatic professionals.”
“Relatedly, here's a funny line I read on Twitter today:I'm not sure I understand this Coraline media blitzkreig; Coraline is a dark and complex tale, not a goth Dora the Explorer.”
“This was the moment that the festival truly embraced the blitzkreig technological advance that is the new 3D Revolution, and subsequently stole a march on a massive portion of the industry, who still lag embarrassinglyin terms of the number of screens with 3D capabilities.”
“Be prepared for blitzkreig on ObamaCare civil_truth”
“In the last week or so there's been a rash of news items -- punks and rashes seem to go together -- about Republican candidates and their droogies trying to do the blitzkreig bop on wives, gal pals, and political foes alike.”
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