- v. Simple past of misspeak.
“Her "misspoke" is atfer all in keeping with her leader's, HATE FILLED AND LIES!!! brandi scott”
“What happened to the story about how McCain "misspoke" and said we are now down to pre surge levels?”
“Isnt that like saying McCain misspoke and meant to say beers instead of bills.”
“Take the worst possibility here which is that Senator McCain misspoke and that because of the specific words used what he said was not entirely accurate.”
“I have to side with the school on this event, and I give the benefit of the doubt the school admin misspoke on “weapons”.”
“May have misspoke" is code for "let slip what she really thinks, and someone noticed".”
“What's more, Boehner's spokesman isn't conceding that he "misspoke" -- indeed, he's defending the remark.”
“Tony Snow says the pResident "misspoke" -- we doubt that Rush Limbaugh and his angry mob of enraged listeners will concur.”
“Had Dion simply had admitted he misspoke, which is obvious to most, this would have been a one-day news-cycle wonder.”
“While on-scene police corroborated all her statements, a month later Barbara got her lawyer on the phone with a Palm Beach medical examiner because Barbara remained concerned she "misspoke" or "gave information inaccurately" immediately after Jeffry died.”
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Words I can't stand the sound of...
good grief, I'm getting irritable.
Mostly awful and political.
information campaign, enemy combatant, person of interest, collateral damage, friendly fire, detention centre, children overboard, asylum seeker, health care, national interest, economic management, redeployment and 114 more...
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