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- verb Present participle of
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- noun a loud bombastic declamation expressed with strong emotion
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The chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Chris Van Hollen, criticized the conservative "Restoring Honor" rally on the National Mall this weekend as "blatantly political," and predicts voters in swing districts will be turned off by "outrageous rhetoric on the right," which he characterized as ranting conspiracy theories.
I'm going to go get some popcorn though ... should be hilarious to read the socialism/fascism/tax and spend/the apocalypse has arrived ranting from the GOPers on this one.
So keep in ranting, we have your number and in the words of the gentleman in Florida ....
You have Palin ranting against health care reform while she had great healthcare coverage as Governor (of course now she a multimillionaire and can afford great healthcare coverage).
But hey, why confuse the issue with math when your opinion and ranting is proof enough. mxyzplk
There is something deeply ironic in ranting on in a partisan manner complaining about someone else supposedly ranting on in a partisan manner.
Some examples of this discussion and ranting is here, here, here, here and here plus a nice aggregated listing here [...] 手数料を請求するVCはニセモノ, 平気で払う起業家の多いヨーロッパは無知が支配する未開の地
When will they begin ranting about the new GM and Fannie and Freddie getting bailed out?
The sad thing about angry internet ranting is when it gets in the way of a valid point, and I think that's what's happened here.
However, there is no point in ranting on about how it is pointless to try to make things better between women and men.
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