Skip to comments.Matthews: Obama "Did Everything Right" And "Almost Pluperfect"
Posted on 08/31/2010 6:34:16 PM PDT by i88schwartz
"He did everything, he went threw the Democratic process. He didn't go out and make a lot of money on Wall Street, he give himself to his community. This guy is almost pluperfect and they don't like him," MSNBC's Chris Matthews says of President Obama.
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He didnt go out and make a lot of money on Wall Street
No....that would be too much like work.
Instead, he whored himself out to Soros and the progressives.
Somebody give Chrissie a napkin...he’s dribbling...
I never really thought of BO as a verb but he certainly is a modified passive participle: FUBAR.
Don’t know about pluperfect, but he does resemble Disney’s Pluto
He did everything, he went threw
English depreaveaed stopid.
I think Michelle’s sincecure originally just paid $100,000 and change, but her salary was increased to over $300,000 when her husband was elected senator. Purely by coincidence, he steered $1 million of federal money to her hospital.
“Sincecure” should have been “sinecure.”
Crissy learned him a new big word.
The tingle went from Chrissy Boy’s leg up to his brain. I have to admit, it is pretty entertaining watching these libs become unhinged as the PEOPLE of this Great Nation take their stand.
I didn’t see the segment with Pence, but I can tell you that he scored a perfect 100 from the American Conservative Union in 2009, and has a lifetime score of 99.56.
Meaningless. A great many Useful Idiots said the same of Lenin.
It's a real word, but used incorrectly by preening over-educated morons whose vocabulary has run ahead of their intellect. Much like 'penultimate', 'decimate', 'neoconservative', and 'hoi polloi', it is misused 90% of the time it is uttered.
Of course not... he'd be the one demanding the $100 license fee from the 10-year-old girl the the lemonade stand... depending on who her parents voted for.
Pluperfect? I havent heard that word since High School French, some verb tense! Chrissy is a wussy and dumb A##
The pluperfect (from Latin plus quam perfectum more than perfect), also called past perfect in English, is a grammatical combination of past tense with the perfect, itself a combination of tense and aspect, that exists in most Indo-European languages. It is used to refer to an event that had been completed before another past action.
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