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- n. The action of the verb to shout.
- v. Present participle of shout.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. uttering a loud inarticulate cry as of pain or excitement
- n. encouragement in the form of cheers from spectators
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In other words, you can say anything you want out on the campaign trail, in as high-flown language as you'd like to use; but once the shouting is all over, it's often very hard (if not impossible) to make good on these promises when confronted with the way Washington actually works.
That Obama and his shouting is the best unifier for GOP?
The reason why they are shouting is no one is listening.
The shouting is turning off people who would normally listen to their concerns and answer questions.
So we can add Representative Ross and Senator Conrad of North Dakota to the list of Democrats who realise that the far-left wing of their party are so far out of touch of with average Americans that they're not even within shouting distance.
Pshh, the whole crazy right-wing protestors interrupting town halls with indiscernible shouting is so passe, so ... 2 weeks ago.
One sat there for over three hours and never once offered a cogent argument even within shouting distance of the discussion subject.
The Dems should also spend the next 6 months shouting from the rooftops that the stim also contained the largest middle class tax cut in history.
How do you treat mental health issues, beside going to teabaggin shouting matches?
That being the case, will you please permit the performers to perform more than one song before you begin shouting the names of their one or two most popular pieces?
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