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The days when the whining is the worst, I have been known to do #4.
(Except that the whining is actually a pretty canny move, given how much sympathy it seems to be winning him in certain circles.)
No amount of 'whining' is going to overturn the fact that Obama has all but secured the nomination.
In response to 'whining' we get the idea that said 'whining' is based on 'dislike' of the guy.
In spite of the whining from the Florida-Texas contingent, I do not expect Obama to nominate a new NASA Administrator any time soon.
It won't work and your whining is pitiful. here we go
September 15th, 2009 6: 34 pm ET well now that the dem and liberal whining is over with back to work on the economy and jobs eh
Just more white noise whining from the Republicans who can't learn to keep their mouths shut and lose credibility every time they open it to scream about nothing. gl, From Pittsburgh
It seems to me that given the fact that Trinity University was founded by religious folks, the whining from the current students (members of the “We Are Offended Brigade,” whom I suspect are a very small percentage of the student body) seems particularly ironic.
There will be a lot of whining from the faux technologists who dominate the net neutrality debate, but the mainstream user will see a noticeable improvement in his web access.
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