Irony II

Discussion in 'Politics' started by TCassidy, Aug 27, 2016.

  1. TCassidy

    TCassidy
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    I just type out the words on my keyboard.

    I did not say that. Your wife said that. I said he is not beholden to the (entrenched) GOP ("leadership").

    I assumed you were capable of understanding sarcasm. My mistake.


    sar·casm
    ˈsärˌkazəm
    noun
    the use of irony to mock or convey contempt.

    See response above.
    That Trump is not beholden to the GOP establishment. Just as I initially said.
     
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    Yes, really.

    Because different words mean different things.

    It's not difficult.

    Well, the easiest way would be to look the two words up in a good dictionary.

    Here, I will help you:

    accountable
    adjective
    1. subject to the requirement to report, explain, or justify something; responsible; answerable.

    beholden
    adjective
    1. obligated; indebted.

    If I can be of any additional assistance to you just let me know. Always glad to explain things.
     

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