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Posted on 09/30/2011 9:01:19 AM PDT by lakeprincess
Strategery, misunderestimated, refudiate: former President George W. Bush and Sarah Palin have been chastised by journalists and academes for their inventive language and occasional grammatical gaffes for years. Now it is President Obamas turn. Here comes Obama Grammar: Using the Presidents Bloopers to Improve Your English, a new book that parses Mr. Obamas command of the language, or lack thereof.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtontimes.com ...
Strategery comes straight from Rush Limbaugh...if Bush used it it means that he has terrific judgement on what to listen to on the radio.
My reply to her was do they make more gaffes or are they just reported more?
Does this mean it’s the teleprompter’s turn to get thrown under the bus?
Ebonics Language Lesson.
(warning: bad language!)
“Strategery” originated on SNL in 2000 when Will Ferrell, portraying Bush at a debate, used it as an answer to a debate question.
Then, Bush picked it up because he thought it was funny, and Rush followed.
Don’t forget Obamamath: “With Obamacare, your employer will save 3000% on your health insurance.”
Here’s your gold star for that trivia * ok it’s black but it’s the thought that counts
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