Talk about double-speak
. Change isn't coming after all,' he said in a Twitter post.
Obama again showed his penchant for political double-speak
That was double-speak
for: "If you keep setting up this competition for links specialists and not bigname Americans like me, we won't bother coming anymore."
The problem is that the public is no longer willing to be taken in by such double-speak
. No matter how it is dressed up, a cut remains a cut.
He was pressed by the interviewer, but still managed to double-speak
his way out of the mire without once looking ashamed of himself.
In a classic example of modern-day double-speak
, their ChiefConstable Della Cannings had argued that ``the introduction of a single number will remove confusion from members of the public about how to contact the police,and have the added benefit of reducing inappropriate 999 calls.''
Bloomfield dispensed with the double-speak
that generally characterizes Establishment calls for world government.
His claims of wishing to pursue other interests is Tory double-speak
for chasing a Jeffrey Archer-sized fortune.
It will incense a public fed up with spin, double-speak
"We are starting to change a long tradition of hypocrisy and double-speak
by the Mexican government."
The latest U-turn double-speak
follows a written assurance from Animal Welfare Minister Elliot Morley to Wrexham MP Dr John Marek that Government licences to hunt on MoD land were NOT being issued.
has become a staple of discourse on this civil war.
of Naidu has reached its peak and his theatrics have been incomprehensive as only a section of the TDP MPs had given the no confidence notice.
He said protest actions were held by OFWs in Asia, North Africa, Canada, United States, Australia, New Zealand and Europe to condemn President Aquino's "hypocrisy and deception in his recent double-speak
on the abolition of the pork barrel when his P1-trillion presidential pork and the P26-billion congressional pork remain in the 2014 national budget."
Readers will no doubt be familiar with the startlingly prophetic work, 1984, by George Orwell, whereby propaganda was purveyed by the "Ministry of Truth" and communications were defined as "double-speak