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You will never get those morons to admit that she is an idjut because by extention that would me THEY are idjuts for supporting her sgwhiteinfla
John McCain is the only idjut that still won't commit to meeting Iran with our preconditions.
The point is the hypocrisy of this idjut just knows no bounds.
Going this negative in July reeks of desperation, and as pointed out whoever did this ad is a real idjut.
Even an idjut from Huffington Post, who sometimes uses my body, took off with the story.
Some dang idjut makes a mess'a my hayfield, then this Thang makes messes all over m'yard, an 'then it eats one'a my chickens.
Fiddler Fair Lackey, Mercedes 1998
'Am you gwine like one ol' lobscozzle idjut git cook's pay all yo 'life?'
The Mutineers Charles Boardman Hawes
And all these scenes of violence came and went accompanied by the unrefined noise of deep vociferations proceeding from a man wounded in his paternal pride, declaring himself obviously accursed since one of his kids was a “slobbering idjut and the other a wicked she-devil.”
The Secret Agent; a Simple Tale Joseph Conrad 1890
"Doggoned idjut!" exclaimed Old Kennebec, tearfully.
Homespun Tales Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin 1889
"What an idjut I was not to think o 'that myself!"
The Sea Fairies 1887