Wednesday, October 20, 2004

October surprise (ok-TOH-buhr suhr-PRYZ) noun

A last minute surprise, especially one orchestrated by a candidate
to influence an election.

"On tuesday night, in one of the rarest sight as yet in the 2004 Presidential election campaign one of the candidates shocked the audience with an "October surprise" displaying a double whammy of intelligence and likeability. Two qualities which have been absent since Bill Clinton left office. These two qualities made Clinton extremely "Broad- minded in International affairs" and also made him "Broads" minded in issue of the... cigar.

1 Comments:

At 1:13 AM, Blogger Manjusha said...

Whatever said & done, Bill Clinton was a great US President. Definitely has a lot of qualities the two current candidates desperately lack.

 

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