- n. Plural form of loudmouth.
“The online medium built for loudmouths is taking an inward turn to focus on private conversations among friends and family, instead of requiring bloggers to write for a public stage as most current publishing tools do.”
“Conservatism is the domain of the loudmouths and those willing to say any old crazy crap without shame.”
“Yes, there were loudmouths and people carrying Nazi signs at some August town halls.”
“When Nobel Prize winners, spiritual leaders and and politicians (that I also respect) I believe them over abrasive loudmouths like Limbaugh or Hannity.”
“Blow that calls out the loudmouths who are screaming that Judge Sonia Sotomayor is a racist.”
“He did not care that he had incurred the wrath of sports talk radio loudmouths for taking bereavement leave during a critical series with the rival Red Sox.”
“Cantor, Boeher, Limbaugh, Coulter and all the other ultra-right wing loudmouths – if you have no viable solutions to offer, then you are part of the problem.”
“Unfortunately, the supporters of gun control automatically want to silence the loudmouths on talk radio and television or dispense with Sarah Palin.”
“Instead of being true patriots, they're mostly a bunch of bitter, angry, fearful (of change, of the Other, of anything that shakes them from their positions of undeserved privilege) loudmouths being propped up by Fox News, the Koch brothers, FreedomWorks, and the Republican Party, which is increasingly indistinguishable from the Tea Party.”
“After watching the predictable results of the New Hampshire Primary, I can only conclude that Americans are sheep, or that things in the country at large are not as bad as the loudmouths have been saying.”
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