- v. present participle of obliterate.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. making undecipherable or imperceptible.
“You know, just the fact that you approve the idea of obliterating Iran invalidates anything else you might say.”
“They're just ordinary Americans who kind of like the idea of obliterating a whole country full of bad people; who could care less that their leaders met in the White House to assign various tortures to various prisoners; who are tired of all the yapping about torture.”
“Will they negotiate with their neighbor and give up the idea of obliterating Israel?”
“I'll vote for the candidate who was against getting us into the Iraq war in the first place, and I'll vote against the candidate who talks of "obliterating" Iran.”
“On the other hand she speaks of "obliterating" Iran, thereby creating another Iraq, because she thinks Americans want to hear that.”
“Someone who is ready to do anything, including "obliterating" Iran, using dirty old tricks and plain lies to grab power.”
“And with her integrity virtually non-exisitent and talking of "obliterating" Iran while criticizing Obama for wanting diplomatic relations to solve things peacefully, I don't see her fixing our nation's image in the eyes of the rest of the world.”
“As for "obliterating" Iran if they attacked Israel ... what an irresponsible thing to say!”
“That's how you lead the world, not by "obliterating" it.”
“There are a ton of other issues that Obama can raise about Clinton (i.e., her Iraq vote, her lobbyist ties, her new statements about "obliterating" Iran, her NAFTA and Bosnia lies, etc.) without going back to Whitewater and other Bill Clinton-era issues.”
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