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Her sophomore effort, "Whip-Smart," sold a disappointing 350,000 copies; her label blamed Phair for not touring.
This just goes to show the lack of respect this professor has for white authority, insulting this mans white mother and once again blamed his problem on race, and we have a lame president, an empty suit who needs a teleprompter, who also has deep down hatred of white people
Twain blamed himself for that too, though I forget the details.
One of the few elements of the Obama record not blamed is also, paradoxically, one of those areas that need to change on 3 November.
Mr. Stein blamed a scathing review by Frank Rich, who wrote in the New York Times that the characters were hollow symbols of the American immigrant experience.
As the allegations have suddenly consumed the gubernatorial race, Ms. Whitman again blamed her Democratic opponent, California Attorney General Jerry Brown, for the revelations about Ms. Diaz Santillan.
The reflexive blame of the people least able to sort through the bullshit that caused this meltdown, presumably by people much like those being blamed, is the height of arrogant, heartless hypocrisy.
During a television exchange with Buckley, James Baldwin blamed the white owners of the black slums for their condition.
In a masterful bit of understatement, Feinstein blamed [millions of dollars in losses] on “noticeably subpar” food and service.
(Earlier this month, McCain blamed the high prices on Washington politicians.)