- v. present participle of quit.
“How anyone can make excuses about Palin quitting is beyond me.”
“Listening to Republicans try and justify Palin quitting is as crazy as her speech.”
“I guess her quitting is another "Mission Accomplished" moment ...”
“The difference between Obama's "quitting" and Palin's quitting is that Obama didn't quit until he was elected to something higher.”
“You may call it "quitting", but you can also look at as accepting reality!”
“Dorgan quitting is a disaster for his party, turning a very likely hold seat into a very likely GOP pickup.”
“Where's the courage in quitting her job as governor halfway through her term?”
“What I learned by quitting is that if you really are an artist, then that engine will operate in whatever vehicle it is given.”
“I'm willing to accept the fact that I'm being punished for breaking the law, but in quitting and paying my debt to society, my Tourette's syndrome has gotten much worse.”
“President Obama also has faced "birthing" attacks over his very legitimacy as American-born, but for him, quitting is not an option.”
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