- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of disagree.
“Additionally, accusations against the patriotism of people with whom she disagrees is nothing new for Bachmann.”
“Then he could say that anyone who disagrees is no better than a Holocaust denier.”
“Everyone who significantly disagrees is “quitting forever” Everyone who really agrees is “so happy to see the really smart post.””
“If Ursula K. LeGuin disagrees with the deal, she should point her arrows at the Author's Guild, not Google.”
“Wallace wants to know where Manchin disagrees with Obama, and because this show is for Washington elites, and not West Virginians, he says that "Obama will not be on the ballot" and they "just respectfully disagree with each other on issues" like cap and trade.”
“Now let me get this straight, The "progressives" (you are too embarrassed to call yourselves liberals) want to tell the Republicans how to create a big tent party; but you refuse to let anyone in your party who disagrees, is pro-life, wants smaller government, low-taxes, etc.”
“It is great to know that Sarah Palin disagrees with Rev. Wright.”
“If he wants to convince people of his argument in his own blog, then I challenge him to bring on the proof and not simply dismiss counter arguments by nebulously insisting that everyone who disagrees is wrong.”
“Describing us as you did only reinforces the concept of the 'shrinking tent' theory of current right-wing extremists, where anyone who disagrees is labelled as unpatriotic, when nothing could be further from the truth.”
“Anyone who disagrees is simply misinformed or an obamaite.”
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