“Fortunately mortgage lending, financial institution credit stability and employment actually are considered economic fundamentals so it is not inaccurate (contrast it with John McCain's feigned indignancy at how Obama apparently attacked the American Worker (tm) who are naturally the foundations McCain meant ..)”
“The only way an ad like this gets ANY traction is because the indignancy brigade gets ginned up, the press picks it up and we're off to the races.”
“Despite their show of indignancy, foot tapping seems the least of the problems in this tangled web of Republican corruption.”
“Engrossed by the pride of self-defence, and the indignancy of unmerited unkindness, the disturbed mind of Camilla had not yet formed one separate reflexion, nor even admitted a distinct idea of Edgar himself, disengaged from the accusation in which he stood involved.”
“Let Orrin Hatch, Mitch McConnell and other right wing extremist stew in their bile and become red faced with indignancy as the American patriots in the congress undo the wrongs these corporatist loyalists have enabled or perpetrated.”
“Of course the left objects as always with their pitiful indignancy.”
“His theatrical indignancy was a truly pathetic display.”
“The Dems wanted to run a campaign of indignancy while people's car fees tripled.”
“But the resolutions went on to declare: "Our minds feel this with so much indignancy, that we are almost ready to wish for a state of revolution and the guillotine of France, for a short space, in order to inflict punishment on the miscreants that enervate and disgrace our Government.”
“Isaacs is so upset that he's reduced to making up new words: "Tedisco appears not able to pull out a victory in an overwhelmingly Republican district; to me that's the final indignancy.”
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