- v. present participle of demonize.
“You really need to distinguish between criticizing fiercely what Zionism has become – what you call demonizing Israel – and wishing its eradication.”
“Anti-American rhetoric and demonizing is the Repub rant of the year.”
“While it may be the case that some folks on "the Right" paint with a broad brush and engage in demonizing, I don't think that that has happened here in connection with the Pope's comments quoted above.”
“Fortuitously timed, coming as it does just one day after we revisited some of the left's greatest hits in demonizing Bush, McCain, Palin, etc.”
“Ignorance of the Constitution and the Supreme Court is more than fair and valid, but too many liberals have stepped way over the line in demonizing a woman who, in the beginning, wanted nothing more than to be involved in the affairs of her local community of Wasilla, Alaska.”
“Nazi Aryan superrace positioning may be how the gods use the NewRomanEmpire to position revenge for 5th century invasion of Rome::: By again demonizing the germans.”
“The fact is, the Obama campaign has been very clever in demonizing Bill Clinton.”
“Dr. Cullen has had a lot of help in demonizing skeptics of catastrophic manmade global warming.”
“I guess it is the peer pressure from others here on Think Progress, everyone is so interested in demonizing me and painting me as “the enemy” because I come here to challenge Think Progress.”
“BLITZER: Well, I guess, instead of the word demonizing, we could use the words swift-boating.”
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