from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who writes speeches for others, especially as a profession.
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- n. someone who writes speeches for others, especially as a profession
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- n. a writer who composes speeches for others to deliver
Poor logic [some speechwriter is responsible for torture policy?], historically fallacious, and quite plainly dumb.
I really think this speechwriter is just looking for his 15 minutes.
The former Bush speechwriter is only trying to use his minor relationship with President Bush to get rich quick.
His genius as the greatest modern speechwriter is legendary.
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Adding insult to injury, the umpteenth insider look at Bush administration's dysfunction was unveiled last week as well, courtesy of an obscure second-term speechwriter named Matt Latimer.
The notion that Palin isn’t a legitimate voice because she has (gasp!) a speechwriter is a notion that is new in history, but I suppose only applies to Republicans.
Breaking News: John McCain speechwriter switches sides to Barack Obama's camp
Last week Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan—best known as a speechwriter for President Reagan—belittled Governor Sarah Palin for being “self-referential to the point of self-reverence.”
By this definition, which makes no exceptions, every president who has ever used a speechwriter is a plagiarist.
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