Even individuals who have been outstanding strategists in one strategic context may easily reemerge as blunderers
in a different one.
Sir Jock, who claimed most blunderers
were afraid to own up, said in an MoD mag: "More than half of incidents are down to human factors.
Penn's other unbelievable missteps throughout the year, including praising McCain attack ads and demeaning Clinton supporters, calling them "downscale voters," earn him a seat among serial PR blunderers
And if I was asked to eulogize her, if someone thought to ask a grandchild (though no one does), you could have polled us and we would have been blunderers
like our parents.
And further, she takes her time to make sure that we see it too, enriching the relationship we have with her cast, and eliciting sympathy for these poor trapped blunderers
A complete boxed set of Carry On Blunderers
, updated for 2006.
We tried to make them as cowardly as possible, turn them into real blunderers
It is a sad day when the electoral Republican thieves cause the Democratic blunderers
in the Florida 2000 election to lead some prominent or active liberals to take it out on future candidates who might help jolt their beloved but stagnant Party into the minds of more voters.
could only muster a second-half strike from Khaled Kemas and now swap places with Livvy in the basement.
This useless outfit is still dominated by doctors who keep letting the blunderers
THERE have been tears and tantrums, karaoke kings and tone-deaf blunderers
Thus, Posner's summation of what can now be gainsaid about both the President and his detractors from this "Affair of State," is that "We have learned that powerful, intelligent, articulate, well-educated, and successful people who would like us to submit to their leadership whether political or intellectual are, much of the time, fools, knaves, cowards, and blunderers
, just like the rest of us.