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  • n. Plural form of hatefest.


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  • Yes, many are intensely debated and could even be called hatefests ... but the numbers dont lie.

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  • Left-wing hatefests may now be considered a luxury in a world confronted with the Iranian bomb, massive economic problems and Islamofascist imperialism and terrorism, maybe.

    The Israeli commando raid and the aid ship

  • This is also sure to rankle a few of the "progressive" blogs out there (i.e. Amato's AmericaBlog) who were (and still are) virulent anti-Clinton hatefests.

    Obama And Hillary Reach Deal On How To Conduct Convention

  • Yet the banners paraded by Muslims and the Far Left in the vicious demonstrations on our streets, in reality nothing more than state allowed anti semitic hatefests, deploy Nazi imagery in the worst of all delberate provocations towards Jews.

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  • Buchanan doesn't seem to find much wrong with the hatefests that masquerade as McCain/Palin rallies as-of-late.

    Poll: Obama Winning Over Groups Once Reluctant To Back Him

  • We are even taking part in international anti-semitic hatefests again!

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Lots of stuff about McCain's supposed hatefests, but nothing about this stuff.

    Joe the Plumber...

  • These hatefests seem to have been scripted by the candidates to give you a maximum view of how inept they are.

  • The only thing more nauseating than this hatefest was the fact that these kinds of hatefests have become commonplace on the

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  • Then about a year ago, he started getting wilder and wilder on a lot of issues, culminating in rabid hatefests and scurrilous slander against Obama as a person and anything Obama might do or not do as an elected official.

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