- v. present participle of demagogue.
“Unfortunately, one major party sees great electoral advantage in demagoguing the issue with the false pretense that they will defend with no change a doomed system.”
“This is kind of demagoguing on a guy who uses worse profanities all the time, but they have it coming to them, the stinkin hypocrites.”
“Otherwise, he and AARP would default to their usual position of demagoguing reformers as evildoers who want to bankrupt granny, especially if the reformers are Republicans.”
“In an attempt to preempt these anticipated attacks, Republicans are demagoguing Democrats for demagoguing them with "Mediscare" tactics.”
“Which is why you had that highly peculiar scene just the other day: House Republicans arriving en masse at the White House to tell the president to stop "demagoguing.”
“They are shamelessly demagoguing and distorting it," Mr. Ryan said, adding that Republicans would have a better chance to make their case over the next 18 months.”
“Given the fact that she didn't finish out her term as governor of Alaska, that many untruths have been found in her book, that she is comfortable demagoguing”
“The way the various factors play into that are complicated, so demagoguing the issue is silly.”
“Teabaggers are not only led around by the nose by their demagoguing conservatives, who only have their own financial interests at heart, they represent the stupid strain in American culture, the stupidity of thinking that what happens to other people in your society does not matter.”
“They are either just demagoguing or they don't have the vaguest idea how the market works.”
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