- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of misspeak.
“Senior moments or whatever you want to call it misspeaks.”
“Maybe I will just add it to the ever growing list of lies and "misspeaks".”
“And so, when a Republican conservative "misspeaks", he is not really misspeaking.”
“HRC supporters – (especially those who make up all this nonsense about Obama) – we dislike lies .... and distortions and "misspeaks”
“Bc clearly whether she is female or male she "misspeaks", I am sorry, but i choose honesty.”
“NOT Hillary due to her lies, refusal to play by the rules, tearing up when in political trouble, attempts to play the race card, poorly run campaign, "misspeaks," HUGE DEBT which she continues to loan her money to, and negativity.”
“I need to know how you ignore all the "misspeaks" – and how you parrot "experience" (when she has none) – I need to chat with you guys ... (both of you)”
“Someone prone to making "misspeaks" and verbal gaffes; if you want I am sure you could find many from this election campaign - just because the MSM don't report them doesn't mean they haven't happened.”
“Perhaps that would account for his consistent 'misspeaks'.”
“Actually they should not even run a candidate this year, especially one that is obviously determined to continue the war in Iraq, who knows nothing about the economy (by his own admission), and constantly "misspeaks" when talking about things he should be knowledegable about. barackobama4prez”
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