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- His oratory and intellectual robustness a breath of fresh air from the political doublespeak that obscures the core issues of the conflict.
- The desire to disable corporate jargon and political doublespeak is a mission that Mullen shares with the Language Poets, but that is not the only area of expression that focuses her interest.
- At best doublespeak makes language sound messy and vague; at worst it makes lies sound like truth.
- The Commission liked my theory well enough to bury it in political doublespeak and jargon and call it their own.
- Don't let all the double taxation doublespeak make you doubt that for one minute.
- It's fitting that in speaking her mind on behalf of her constituents, she stays away from the convoluted doublespeak that passes for political rhetoric these days and, instead, calls'em like she sees'em.
- Unless the risk is defined it is political doublespeak.
- What a heartening response without any of the standard political doublespeak.
- The political season is always a prime opportunity to hear new examples of doublespeak - the use of language to make lies seem truthful.
- He lacks one of the basic political skills: the art of doublespeak.
- That guy has doublespeak down to an art form, like really good poetry.
- Hence, if my article was intended as doublespeak, the foregoing is my apology.
- His witty sarcasm has been replaced by the still-ironic but much less amusing regime of menacing doublespeak.
- By contrast, doublespeak is dishonest and dangerous.
- The electorate is not susceptible to such doublespeak.
- Instead, he retreated behind the refuge of denial and doublespeak.
- We need candidates armed with insight, not condescending doublespeak.
- He seems to prefer candor to contention, honest talk to doublespeak.
- The timing could be a mere coincidence; it could also be plain doublespeak.
- The doublespeak is evident in that it's all coined in words of freedom.
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