- n. Plural form of gaffe.
“CNN – START REPORTING SOME REAL NEWS, Like the McCain gaffes on Iraq for starters and his claim he would be the CHIEF NEGOTIATOR of Isreali/Palestinian settlements – without even being asked to play such a role!”
“I really don't like describing McCain gaffes in that way.”
“I'm looking forward to the McCain gaffes on Letterman!”
“The mainstream media ruthlessly and endlessly repeat any McCain gaffes while ignoring Obama gaffes.”
“If we seem a little heavy on McCain gaffes this week, maybe thatâs because for Mr. Obama, itâs more what he forgot to say this week than what he did say.”
“Kate Phillips … actually, what jumped out at me was not that you were “heavy on McCain gaffes …””
“The Les Jones Blog details continuity gaffes from the film.”
“But some of the things people are calling gaffes - his climate change position, for example - probably did him no harm with voters.”
“It seems to me that each of Biden's "gaffes" - except for the one where he demands that a paraplegic stand - are not so much gaffes as subliminal messages.”
“I’m sure we’ll all be convinced that one Biden gaffe repeated by you ten times is equivalent to ten Palin gaffes made by her.”
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