Nearly 17 percent of those surveyed blamed
both the parties for the standoff, Politico reports.
The economy - Osborne last year blamed
the royal wedding, this was on the news and in the press, then for later bad figures, he blamed
the snow, all these excuses have been well documented.
When we were together, he blamed
me for every argument.
They end up get blamed
for everything that happens around here.
As such, those who are blamed
will make every attempt to repudiate responsibility or competency.
Christians have long blamed
gays for natural and man-made disasters.
When outraged Lebanese blamed
Syria, Damascus tried the old trick that had always worked before.
THE girlfriend of the Swiss referee blamed
for England's Euro 2004 exit said yesterday: "Don't blame him, blame Becks.
Nietzsche writes of those disciples who quickly blamed
the Jews, especially the Pharisees, and the ruling classes within Judaism.
A total of 39pc blamed
the Government, 24pc blamed
councils and 6pc felt no-one was to blame, while 10pc pointed to other factors and 21pc did not know.
lung cancer on years of smoking Phillip Morris cigarettes.
Our profession is being blamed
because of Congress's own failure to provide the resources to the SEC to review the reports public companies submitted.
I encourage fellow CEOs to read about that region, to understand why they and their companies are often blamed
for creating poverty and for degrading Muslim culture, and to consider whether they are part of the problem, part of the solution, or both.
Our bishops, being human beings with the same psychological makeup as the rest of us, are just as uncomfortable as we are when they are blamed
Although child laborers also endure hardships in other poor countries, Iraq is unique in that the problem is blamed
squarely on another country--the United States.