buttinsky


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buttinsky

and buttinski (bəˈtɪnski)
n. someone who interrupts; someone who gets involved in other people’s business. I hate to be a buttinski, but what are you talking about?
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And since The Pledge is something that Maggie No Labels has taken in her Lynchlike attempt to be guv, must mean that Buttinsky wants her to win the Dem nod.
Rae introduced buttinsky measures like highway photo radar, under which unmarked vans take covert photos of speeders' license plates; universal, compulsory photo ID cards to reduce health care fraud; raids on welfare recipients to find undeclared spouses; and a cumbersome scheme to monitor companies' minority hirings.
Dad said: God my foot, you buttinsky, you've broken her heart.
John the Ripper, Ghost and Buttinsky will all be supported in the second round of the program, which starts immediately.
How come champion inter state political buttinsky Grover Norquist and his crowd are allowed to stick their noses into political races around the country but the national par ties are deemed as meddlers?
Some namby-pamby, buttinsky do-gooder with nothing better to do will whip the public into a press-fueled hysteria with poisonous rhetoric about the health risks associated with smoking.