Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas frequently refers to his preacher father. A common description by politicians and supporters about a campaign's own proposals. I’m an unapologetically pro-life Catholic who believes that all life is valuable and that we should judge a people, in large part, by how well they treat their most vulnerable members. Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee used it in the January 28 undercard debate. And on climate change, "If we do not act boldly and decisively, a bad situation will become worse.". Ideas. best. let’s keep it brief for now and see what you have to say or add when I’m done: 10) “Compassionate Conservatism” This one is a no-brainer. Updated 1508 GMT (2308 HKT) January 31, 2016. “Civility” is also what most voters want. The only poll that matters is on Election Day.". On the other end of the political spectrum, Sanders used the most recent Democratic debate to talk up his democratic socialist economic plan. The overworked words worm their way into communication crevices, spilling into clumps of cliché. Let’s cut through the garbage designed solely to pit one segment of society against another for electoral gain. The following is a chronological list of political catchphrases throughout the history of the United States government. It implies that the millionaire CEO, hard-working accountant or industrious owner of a growing small business somehow labor less intensely – or honestly – than other employees. NEWS CORONAVIRUS POLITICS 2020 ELECTIONS ENTERTAINMENT LIFE PERSONAL VIDEO SHOPPING. Thanks to the user DoctorBuster, who originally proposed this idea and passed it on. - Donations! image caption Party leaders talk about talks Here are our top 10 favourite phrases. You’ll know because they’re promising something that’s impossible: a centralized, one-size-fits-all distribution scheme that’s supposed to guarantee an “equality” based outcome for everyone. Most often, statists invoke this amorphous phrase to justify seizing individual liberties, property and decision-making. 1.4k comments. First I need to explain the word PARTY as it has 2 meanings. This is America; no one has the right to decide anyone else’s life is expendable. John Kasich is the most persistent. It manages to be a punchy, optimistic-sounding break with conventional thinking and deliberately vague all at once. Last but not least is the most overused term of all. Former Florida Gov. report. Republicans aren’t hiding in women’s closets to steal their birth control and force them back into the kitchen. Master these 10 phrases, "The only poll that counts is the one on Election Day". Everyone having the same number of cars? Be the first to share what you think! Nobody's done it more than Cruz. In fact, clichés, overused words and phrases, and jargon can often annoy readers. A forward-looking phrase likely to appeal to partisans most likely to vote in party caucuses and primaries. No bureaucrat can make that decision for me. What this all boils down to abortion, and if anyone seriously thinks a political party or movement insisting women have a “right” to kill their children is legitimate then good God, folks, we’re further gone than I ever believed possible. By Maddie Crum. U.S. Canada U.K. Australia Brazil España France Ελλάδα (Greece) India Italia 日本 (Japan) 한국 (Korea) Quebec. Several of Kasich's Republican rivals have their own oft-old stories about being son of a something-or-other. 9. SA Forums - Something Awful Search Purchase: Account - Platinum Upgrade - New Avatar - Other's Avatar - Archives - No-Ads - New Username - Banner Advertisement - Smilie - Stick Thread - Gift Cert. As a content creator, that’s the last thing you want to happen. "I am not the candidate of career politicians in Washington," Ted Cruz said at the January 28 Republican debate. Poll: Most Overused Lines in Films - Part 1. So that we’re all on the same page, the dictionary defines compromise as: an agreement or a settlement of a dispute that is reached by each side making concessions. Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina used a version of it in the January 28 undercard debate. I’ve got ten mini rants for you…. My karma: "my time has come" 27.8k. Bob Dole used this in 1996 and failed. Ohio Gov. by Anonymous: reply 28: 10 hours ago: Back in the day. According to Grammarphobia, at the end of the day has been used for decades, and first citings can even be traced to as early as the 1880’s. Sometimes that’s true. Discuss here. And because one of my visitors asked for an alternative, I added value proposition to the list. "Bottom line is, we need to be bold and decisive, we can create millions of jobs," he said. The problem with the phrase “sanctity of life” is that its currency is diminished in an increasingly areligious culture. Bipartisanship isn’t “compromise” either. A wonderful recent example  of the “common good” turning into a commonly-shared disaster is Obamacare. Clinton repeatedly called herself a "proven fighter. In the January 28 debate the New Jersey governor disputed a question from FOX News moderator Megyn Kelly with: "What's wrong is your premise in the question.". Everyone has their own idea as to what’s best for everyone else. #4: Circle back. A bird dog is a retriever who runs into the bushes and flushes birds out into the open. Visit a college campus for all the proof you’ll need. Ronald Reagan famously joked that “[t]he nine most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the government and I’m here to help.” Government is supposed to safeguard opportunity, not outcome. As a journalist and the son of a (now retired) English teacher, I can't stand cliches, overused words and phrases that make no sense. Change is such an overused word that we have to drive it home to people, thus this political slogan shows what real change is really about. However, our political class has really embraced the habit, using the same buzz words with alarming regularity. Contrast is what I crave. I can’t believe it is not on the list. Moreover, most of our own society’s great cultural advances – emancipation, suffrage, civil rights – were all spearheaded by Republicans. 51.The Better Man for a Better America . Because people who build businesses are the ones who employee the rest of us. Compromise is never a good unto itself. Ronald Reagan famously joked that, “[t]he nine most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the government and, Rooney Gives N.J. Election 2014 Update On ‘Fired Up’. by Anonymous: reply 1: 11/19/2020: Going forward. And thank God for it, right? Excessive self-application is boorish at best and, at worst, a huge turnoff to otherwise persuadable voters. We will try to tread through this minefield together to understand the keywords and phrases. Unfortunately, I suspect we could easily make it to Volume XXVI without reaching too deeply. Posted by 2 days ago. That's what all of the polling backs up. I want to crush them, to drive them before me, and to hear the lamentations of their women. no comments yet. So that’s why we used our Twitter to ask people to share the overused words and phrases they are utterly sick of hearing, and our fans did not hold back. NEWS CORONAVIRUS POLITICS 2020 ELECTIONS ENTERTAINMENT LIFE PERSONAL VIDEO SHOPPING. Millions of lost policies and billions in new debt (and higher premiums later), anyone with a brain should appreciate that the only safe way to build a society is to start from the premise that government’s only foundational role is to protect each individuals’ respective right to self-determination, from both other members of society and the government itself. I can “check my privilege” but not my common sense, Save Jerseyans. Politician-speak for somebody they often can't stand. Log in or sign up to leave a comment Log In Sign Up. let’s keep it brief for now and see what you have to say or add when I’m done: This one is a no-brainer. chalked up a victory- won. Readers are more likely to disengage when they come across tiresome and unoriginal means of expression. Try "my very good friend, the distinguished gentleman."). By TIM MAK. standing by (not a typo, this is for another meaning ) if you are using to describe witnesses just say people saw what happened instead of people were standing by. Find me a liberal/socialist/statist/communist/left-of-center government anywhere that’s accomplished “progress” and I’ll eat my shoes. U.S. A candidate attempt to deflect attention away from an unflattering topic to one they want to discuss. Maybe we will. Already planning the follow up list!! When asked by CNN's Dana Bash how the loans from the big banks squared with his populist image, Cruz responded, "The premise of your question is not right. I want them to argue, debate, and yes, sometimes reach an impasse and stay there until we can resolve the dispute at the next election rather than forge ahead and compromise away my rights. In many case, those folks actually worked harder which is why they’ve risen up through the ranks to the corner office. Overused political phrases. More than often it’s most certainly not true. But what is equality anyway? Take our list of overused words and phrases as a reminder to use them less often, or stop using them altogether; Because sometimes, the words we say don’t mean much. No need for explanation of how ridiculous and overused it is. Principle. ", "They throw all this stuff at me, and I'm still standing," Clinton said about Republican opponent, past and present, adding that the attacks come "because I've been on the front lines of change and progress.". !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0],p=/^http:/.test(d.location)? Let's get rid of abortion once and for all by applying the Fifth, and Fourteenth amendment to every person from conception.". Even well-meaning people make mistakes. Follow @SaveJersey Forgot to include a few biggies…. 27.8k. Sounds great … on paper. ", Speaking in Iowa on January 26 Trump explained, "When it comes to pro-life, I've evolved.". This phrase undervalues that effort. At the end of the day. hide. But that doesn't make this any less of a cliché. 10 Most Overused (Or Useless) Political Words and Phrases, Let’s cut through the garbage designed solely to pit one segment of society against another for electoral gain. What makes a phrase cringe-worthy? Vote! To track down a political candidate to a public event and get in a position to ask him/her questions on issues they would rather not talk about, and to ask follow-up questions if answers are evasive.
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