- v. present participle of destroy.
- destroy + -ing (Wiktionary)
“The republicans are only interested in destroying Obama at the expense of the American public.”
“Its fairly clear that the Republicans are more interested in destroying our sitting President INSTEAD OF leading this country out of our numerous crises.”
“Plus – both Iraq and Iran offered to support the US effort in destroying Al Qaeda in Afghanistan shortly after 911.”
“However, I am justifiably angry at intellectually dishonest people who are actively engaged in destroying everything that America was supposed to stand for for centuries, and seek to make the world a more cruel and bitter place.”
“That the Germans were effective in destroying a heavily-fortified portion of the Maginot Line is a testament to their military ingenuity rather than the weakness of the French.”
“Unfortunately, republicans are more concerned in destroying Obama than they are concerned in helping the country.”
“Obama, you've SUCCEEDED in destroying US Economy by one stroke of your pen.”
“Democrats are on the runaway freight train destroying this country, just get her confirmed and get over it.”
“Republicans and the Obama haters are more interested in destroying President Obama than helping America.”
“Journalists and Republican Congressmen seem hell bent in destroying reform as they sit there with their golden health plans!!”
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