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  • On a peace conference between Israel and the PLO, Hillary Clinton said "we must literally go the extra mile to make sure this happens".

    So, they're supposed to meet, but then keep driving another mile? Huh?

    Yes, they've taken my nice "literally", and made it mean "emphatically".

    Of course, these are likely the same people who took "bi-partisan" to make it mean "non-partisan". It used to mean that people were really split on an issue, and there's no hope of compromise. Now it means that that the big two parties (nevermind the minor parties) have kissed ass enough to have a compromise coming down the center aisle (literally {grin}). And you won't hear anyone use "non-partisan" in any recent statements. {sigh}

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    • Randal L. Schwartz
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