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Pre-Debate: A Lesson on the Definition of "Literally" for Joe Biden

TeaPartyPatriot4ever Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 2:30 AM
Am.Sp. - Jeffrey Lord, quote- Ronald Reagan was not impressed with Joe Biden. In fact, writing in his diary in his usual abbreviated style on June 15, 1987, Reagan described Biden this way: He's smooth but pure demagog - out to save America from Reagan Doctrine. That was a year after Reagan made a note about Biden and Senators Ted Kennedy and Howard Metzenbaum, who were busy making "vitriolic attacks on TV about Reagan's nominee for Chief Justice of the United States, then Associate Justice William Rehnquist. Wrote Reagan: They really are a lynch mob. Biden hasn't changed 1 iota from what he was then, to what he is still now-a political character assassination hack,which toxic obnoxious fumes emanate like stink from a carcass.

During Vice President Joe Biden's DNC speech he used the word "literally" incorrectly multiple times. I expect him to do the same tonight. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz also has a habit of using the word "literally" in an incorrect way.

 


Definition of "literally" rom Merriam-Webster:
 

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