- From: "Peter Duncanson (BrE)" <mail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2011 11:17:59 +0000
On Sun, 20 Mar 2011 22:20:35 -0400, Stan Brown
On Sun, 20 Mar 2011 23:02:39 +0000, Peter Duncanson (BrE) wrote:
On Sun, 20 Mar 2011 23:36:01 +0100, James Hogg <Jas.Hogg@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
?We cannot go back to those hyphenated days of India-Pakistan. TheWhat the hell is she talking about?
de-hyphenation that occurred when India was able to start making
independent decisions to allow the prosperity that is growing here."
Welcome to my world. I had thought we had reached a low point with
the English of the President Bushes, father and son, but she goes
even further. It almost makes me nostalgic for Dan Quayle, whose
worst gaffe was misspelling "potato".
Another example of innovative language by Sarah Palin. Would
anyone care to refudiate this?
That would rather depend on whether it has already been fudiuated.
You are joking of course, but you may not be aware that she thinks
the work is "refudiate" rather than "refute".
I understood <wink> "refudiate" to be an abbreviation of
Peter Duncanson, UK
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