from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To govern inefficiently or badly.
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- v. To govern badly or wrongly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To govern badly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To govern ill; administer unfaithfully.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. govern badly
One newspaper that supported the Copperheads called Lincoln, “fungus from the corrupt womb of bigotry and fanaticism” and a “worse tyrant and more inhuman butcher than has existed since the days of Nero… The man who votes for Lincoln now is a traitor and murderer… And if he is elected to misgovern for another four years, we trust some bold hand will pierce his heart with dagger point for the public good”.
Labour needs a large poor and dependent underclass otherwise they will never be in a position to misgovern again.
His role would be responsible for all the bad stuff, leaving the rest of the administration free to misgovern in peace, while the Accountability Czar explains and apologizes for all the mistakes, and answers all the supoenas.
Paleo-con blogger Daniel Larison has suggested that this approach could result in Israel's chief political goal actually being realised: Short of an extremely difficult and risky urban war aimed at destroying the organization entirely, which would cause massive dislocation and suffering, it seems that the best means of weakening Hamas politically is by forcing it to misgovern Gaza under relatively normal conditions.
And, plus, Wolf, we also have the opportunity for Democrats to continue to misgovern, to continue to fail the test of leadership, which is to get done the things that the American people are desperate to get done.
Let us not be as foolish or arrogant as those who misgovern us; let us never forget or dismiss their betrayals of the public trust:
Let us not be as foolish or arrogant as those who misgovern us; let us never forget or dismiss their betrayals of the public trust. '
They hurt themselves and the people they care about, and constantly misgovern their lives.
If the argument is that successfully removing Bush from office has the downside that somebody worse will take over -- an argument that contradicts the critics' point that impeachment won't succeed -- then the answer is that the impeachment process will significantly hamper the Bush administration's ability to misgovern for the next year to eighteen months.
They misgovern as they govern and they govern as they misgovern.