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Today on Today, NBC TV host Matt Lauer asked Congresswoman and GOP candidate Michele Bachmann the following:

“Amy Kremer, who’s a leader of the Tea Party movement, said … that you will be – and this is her word, not mine – quote, ‘Palinized’ in this campaign. Do you understand the verb, and what would your definition of it be?”  

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All politics aside, thank you Mr. Lauer for furthering our cause … especially in the “Verbalized …” category. This might just start a new sub-category: “Verbalized … Properly” (verbalized with a proper noun). Stay tuned.

See our series on Nouns gone bad:

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OK, we know that by posting this, we will likely ruffle some political feathers …

We just couldn’t resist exposing this blatant error in a mass email from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC).

“Barack Obama is a better man than me”

We’re not taking sides, but, really … come on, Jim … you know better!

When it comes to good grammar, even Republicans may be better men than you.

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smarter than me

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