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- adj. Without a message.
Once again, our messageless Dems, our incompetent at running anything Dems, they've ceded the field to the right wing lies - so we can't take back from the pigs at the top who take the most of everything!
As you write off the right's tea parties as messageless, unfocused, marginalized ranting, don't forget that the left had our fair share of messageless, unfocused, marginalized ranting over the last twenty years.
While the traditional media portrayed the protestors as mobs of messageless anarchist thugs and environmentalist wackos, we saw the movement for what it was: a disparate collection of people and organizations that were able to come together around a common cause, even if they arrived there via different routes.
The work might instill a sense of unease in some readers because, of course, the “messageless monstrosity” of these works does lack any authorial intention; yet nevertheless, these poems might still invite a whole array of hermeneutic expositions by experts in poetics.
A year ago they were messageless mush; today's spots show Jimmy buyers -- Barney's-shopping, country-club suburbanites -- using the truck to complete a "" to do '' list of tasks like going to the hunt club.
Perhaps the greatest contradiction in the Spicified worldview was the ease of its messageless message; simply wearing a pink baby tee emblazoned with the words
Hard Candy wasn't all messageless, though, was it?
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