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  • My friends, I am so tired of hearing McCain's 30-year old reach-across-the-aisle malarchy and I voted for hom last November.

    "It hurts the party and it makes him look bad by dissing her a 3rd time."

  • Maybe that's what Obamas handlers did to the kid to placate him long enough to listen to Obama pontificate malarchy.

    YesButNoButYes: Ten points?

  • I know that last thing is malarchy, and I'm just not looking hard enough to realize what it is.

    1-18-08 - Photo # 8 - Another Attack

  • Is anyone else getting bored with all this "will they, won't they" malarchy?

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • You know for all Tweety’s bad points, he stood out in my mind, in Wilson’s autobiography as someone who gave Wilson the head’s up on all the malarchy.

    Firedoglake » Punk’d

  • The idea that cell phones can cause tumors is a bunch of malarchy!

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • When I finally get round to buying an oven, I will more than likely give this bread making malarchy a wirl!

    Army Rumour Service

  • I've already prepared a friendly text to send to Man Utd supporting friends if we lose, something along these lines: "You're lucky that we don't bother with this defending malarchy, or you guys would be toast".

    The Guardian World News

  • I saw an episode of Numb3rs where they used this cell-phone tracking malarchy to kill people.

    Evil Beet Gossip

  • Is there some box I forgot to click on that said "You must be willing to get emails, posts, phone calls all day every day and listen to total malarchy (my Grandfather always said that) from people you hardly know during election season?"

    Silicon Valley Moms Blog

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