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Obama follows a well-known strategy of Bolsheviks: all falures of his policies would be ascribed to “saboteurs and wreakers”.
If all those havoc-wreakers have the MBA in common, then the MBA must be a very very bad thing, right?
And not just because the Perot party will "help" Republicans running for Congress in 1996, as some of Washington's wisdom-wreakers were insisting last week.
Yet there was the pervasive negative of the Ruffians, the nameless, faceless wreakers of havoc on the society.
The wicked soldiery wreaked their vengeance upon the body of the fallen man, for they took great pride in their prowess as wreakers; but in the hearts of the people Leicester was regarded as a martyr to their cause.