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  • noun Plural form of flailing.

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  • The political calculus is that Palin is hilariously unelectable, especially given the outstanding contrast between the president's seriousness and legislative accomplishments and Palin's awkwardly-cadenced screeching, her dissonant incomprehensible populist word salads and unserious, airheaded public flailings.

    Bob Cesca: The Perfect Storm That Could Elect Sarah Palin

  • The political calculus is that Palin is hilariously unelectable, especially given the outstanding contrast between the president's seriousness and legislative accomplishments and Palin's awkwardly-cadenced screeching, her dissonant incomprehensible populist word salads and unserious, airheaded public flailings.

    Bob Cesca: The Perfect Storm That Could Elect Sarah Palin

  • I'd say that criticism is mounting in this current stage of the crisis, because there's no alternative on the table other than BP's flailings.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • I'd say that criticism is mounting in this current stage of the crisis, because there's no alternative on the table other than BP's flailings.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • The political calculus is that Palin is hilariously unelectable, especially given the outstanding contrast between the president's seriousness and legislative accomplishments and Palin's awkwardly-cadenced screeching, her dissonant incomprehensible populist word salads and unserious, airheaded public flailings.

    Bob Cesca: The Perfect Storm That Could Elect Sarah Palin

  • The political calculus is that Palin is hilariously unelectable, especially given the outstanding contrast between the president's seriousness and legislative accomplishments and Palin's awkwardly-cadenced screeching, her dissonant incomprehensible populist word salads and unserious, airheaded public flailings.

    Bob Cesca: The Perfect Storm That Could Elect Sarah Palin

  • The political calculus is that Palin is hilariously unelectable, especially given the outstanding contrast between the president's seriousness and legislative accomplishments and Palin's awkwardly-cadenced screeching, her dissonant incomprehensible populist word salads and unserious, airheaded public flailings.

    Bob Cesca: The Perfect Storm That Could Elect Sarah Palin

  • Don't worry, the new president has never actually admitted that, and given his propensity to lay all blame for his current flailings and failings on his predecessor, he will gladly pull forces out prematurely to allow the psychopaths a way back in.

    StrategyPage.com

  • I keep pointing this out: every one of their flailings does more damage.

    Prominent McCain Supporter: I'm "Absolutely" Concerned That Obama Is Anti-American

  • It's quite sad to watch his strategic flailings really, as he is by far the most articulate tory around.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

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