from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of unelect.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The simple fact is that unelecting either is a very costly and time-consuming process.
This isn't electing or unelecting leaders here, it's whether or not a company survives. more importantly, you can unelect coke or pepsi every single day. you can unelect your insurance company in a matter of days.
This isn't electing or unelecting leaders here, it's whether or not a company survives.
Will we stand by if the people succeeded in unelecting Pervez Musharraf, are unsuccessful in ousting him, and encourage -- say India -- to come in and assist in their "humanitarian effort" (as we once referred to the Iraq incursion)?
If we were economically administered from Frankfurt, simply unelecting one government and replacing it with another would be a footling exercise.
Thankfully, Luken is leaving, his hand-picked Vice Mayor, Alicia Reece, is leaving, and we need to complete the transition by unelecting Luken's choice for Law & Public Safety Committee Chair, David Pepper.
Every war crime for which we are able to hold anyone accountable by exposing their crimes, unelecting them, impeaching them, finding them liable in civil suits, and prosecuting them at home or abroad, should be discussed as part of the ongoing wars.