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  • v. Present participle of defenestrate.


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  • Homer Nods In an item yesterday, we observed that the White House had done the right thing in "defenestrating" Charles Freeman, the unhinged former ambassador who had been President Obama's nominee for chairman of the National Intelligence Council.

    What Have We Done?

  • I hate it when politicians try to talk trash, usually because they are so bad at it that people like Rush or Imus turn around and jam their stupid little quote right up their asses and get the added publicity of defenestrating an elected official live on the airwaves.

    Matthew Yglesias » Grayson on Rush

  • Over the next few weeks, the Beltway will consume itself defending or defenestrating his numbers and projections.

    After the Welfare State

  • Even out of power he perseveres, fearlessly defenestrating those he thinks are weakening the country, including Barack Obama, who he essentially accused of giving comfort to the enemy by getting squishy on terrorists.

    Phil Bronstein: No Tricks Here: Dick Cheney Has Become Nixon 2.0

  • I hope the actors who play Jaime(defenestrating Bran) and Sandor(killing Mycah) will give performances as amazing and stomach-turning as Farrell did in this movie.

    GRRM updates on casting progress

  • PLAINFIELD TODAY: Religious folk defenestrating Bush officials?

    Religious folk defenestrating Bush officials? Read on.

  • Until recently, thanks to their having knowingly sustained a drunk as their prospective Prime Minister for some years before casually defenestrating him and replacing him with a rather pompous pensioner, the LibDems were doing some political bottom-feeding on the floor of the political pool.

    LibDem Ferrets Have A Go

  • Sen. Chuck Schumer, a New York Democrat, issued a statement saying that Freeman's "statements against Israel were way over the top and severely out of step with the administration" and that the White House "did the right thing" in defenestrating him.

    The Wright Stuff

  • Usually The Punisher spends his nights aerating, defenestrating, and disintegrating street-level criminals...


  • Usually The Punisher spends his nights aerating, defenestrating, and disintegrating street-level criminals, but on occasion he runs afoul or teams up with a superhero like Spider-Man or Daredevil.

    Archive 2008-01-01


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