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  • Well, that means that either: (a) Clinton beleives that Obama is against helping and offering solutions to people, which can only mean that HRC is as dumb as a doorbell, or (b) that HRC is actively pursuing politics of old in a smart, calculated, old fashoned, destructive, insolent, and irrespectful manner.

    Spurred by gas tax debate, Clinton goes on offensive

  • About the yelling … this kind of attitude like yours, which is of complete irresponsibility and irrespectful towards different races, is what gives birth to revolutions.

    Think Progress » Hagel: ‘Things Are Worse Off In The Middle East Today Than They Were Three Years Ago’

  • As a french national I am so appalled that such an irrespectful behaviour can still be observed nowadays.

    Unexpected Treasures

  • And even the irrespectful admiration was a good deal distracted by the babel of voices which was going on all round them.

    The Cock-House at Fellsgarth

  • "This is irrespectful towards our intellectual property."

    The Guardian World News

  • Who was the madman-Moses or Pharaoh? ding dong though all your allegtaions are absolutely incorrect and biased. even then have u ever seen a muslim ridicule jesus or moses? adam or abraham? solomen or jacob? no matter what your belief is no one should morally ridicule or lie or laugh at any ones prophet, holy figures or gods. this is extremely incorrect, irresponsible, irrespectful, hurting and unacceptable.

    CNN.com

  • Unemployment among fellow youths has been a pressing issue but youths are generally attracted to work prospects and possess strong inclinations to work irrespectful of their backgrounds.

    Brudirect News1

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