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hero-worshippers

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  • I am not an Obamaton, nor am I an original member of the Obama Nation, whose members the right wing attack machine vilify as a bunch of kool-aid drunken hero-worshippers who blindly follow their "Messiah."

    Andy Ostroy: I Love Obama!

  • After letting the Obama hero-worshippers know that, ask them to quit panhandling money and spamming poor people like the preachers on television.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • The other scenes that apparently stuck in the craw of the Reagan hero-worshippers and GOP political operatives who saw a way to rally their base were those that depicted tensions within the Reagan family and Nancy Reagan's controlling personality.

    Gutless At Cbs

  • Searching through the blogosphere, however, I do find the emotion-laden defensiveness of his female hero-worshippers somewhat off-putting-even on a working dog site which I'll be polite enough not to name.

    Around the Web

  • Wearing a sharkskin suit and fedora, Henry elbowed through the hot-dog-and-peanut parade, the hero-worshippers, the ticket-hawkers, arriving on time under the smooth cement face of the Stadium.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • Monsieur Pornpidou's successor, Valery Giscard d'Estaing, began his presidential career as demurely as Georges Pornpidou, but soon noticed that the French, a nation of hero-worshippers, demand men they can look up to, and so he consciously toughened his attitude to become a kind of national examiner, judge and advocate at one and the same time.

    An Autobiography

  • _Most of us are hero-worshippers at some time of our lives.

    Americans All Stories of American Life of To-Day

  • Women are essentially hero-worshippers, and when a warm-hearted girl like Millicent has heard a personable young man imitating a bulldog and a Pekingese to the applause of a crowded drawing-room, and has been able to detect the exact point at which the

    The Clicking of Cuthbert

  • The hero-worshippers who believe that the world is to be governed by its great men, who are to lead the little ones, justly if they can, but, if not, unjustly drive or kick them the right way, will sympathize with Mr. Eyre.

    Thomas Henry Huxley

  • In those early days Harry had worshipped him with that whole-hearted adoration bestowed at times by young hero-worshippers on those that have travelled a little way along the path and have learnt their lesson wisely.

    The Wooden Horse

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