GOP candidate for Congress Evelyn Sanguinetti started her campaign this week by trying to fool us into
believing that she will represent the interests and values of the 6th District.
We must not let them fool us into
thinking this new law is anything other than a shiny object that will do nothing to stop Chinese state-directed actors continued assault on U.S.
Let us know who we are, and not let toxic politicians such as Tengku Adnan fool us into
thinking we are somehow enemies,' he added.
Let not this lull fool us into
a state of complacency.
Connor attempts to fool us into
assuming he's a knuckle-dragging goof-off, when in reality he's a wordsmith-extraordinaire.
I am pleased we have secured the recent points we have, but Pards please do not try to fool us into
thinking it was by some masterstroke on your part.
And Penn and Teller aren't even enough to fool us into
Once again putting out their spin, trying to fool us into
believing that only 'they' can put everything right.
It is the political clowns of DISY, who pretended to be different in order to fool us into
giving them our vote, that we should give a lesson to.
For years they've run this country's finances into the ground, depending on a world-wide economic boom to fool us into
thinking that they were delivering a proper (and prudent) economic programme - creating jobs and a secure future for us all.
One fan moaned "a lame attempt to fool us into
thinking it was live".
IT WAS so interesting to read the story of national politicians trying to fool us into
believing that more jobs are being brought to this region, when reality shows a reduction.
Although the clouds on the horizon are roughly 50 times farther away than those overhead, their geometric regularity, physical uniformity, and altitude allow foreshortening to fool us into
thinking that the cloud horizon is closer than it is--only six times farther than the zenith, according to Young's calculations.
This is just another of Mr Blair's PR whitewashes designed to fool us into
thinking he's doing something useful.
Our fantasies fool us into
believing that happiness lies somewhere else, at some other time.