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  • r  in a helpless manner

  • Oh, sure, he can still snap misleading orders at his comically feckless crew (led by Willem Dafoe), yearn impotently for a pregnant journalist (Cate Blanchett), hope a visiting fan .
  • He's playing a mild-mannered, doubtless liberal-minded college professor, who turns into an implacably vengeful monster as the police dither impotently with their investigation .
  • We cannot continue allowing nations to enrich and reprocess uranium, ostensibly for civilian purposes, and stand by impotently as they develop weapons programs.
News & Articles

  • Can Israel Survive Obama?
    In the spring of 2012, when I wrote "The Last Israelis," I thought that the pessimistic premise of my cautionary tale on Iranian nukes was grounded in realism. I had imagined a U.S. president who passively and impotently reacted to Iran's nuclear ambitions, leaving it to tiny Israel to deal with the threat.
    Nov. 12, 2013 - The Christian Post
  • De Blasio's City Council Speaker Will Be Coked Up Commie, NY Post Warns
    So far the funnest thing about the forthcoming de Blasio administration is watching the NY Post impotently contort itself into a sneering pretzel of psycho-salty contempt. On the eve of election, the tabloid ran a cover story suggesting de Blasio was a Communist because he visited the Soviet Union during the Cold War. Now the Post editrolls are targeting possible City Council Speaker Melissa ...
    Nov. 11, 2013 - Gothamist
  • Next From The ECB: Here Comes QE, According To BNP
    The latest myth of a European recovery came crashing down two weeks ago when Eurostat reported an inflation print of 0.7% (putting Europe's official inflation below that of Japan's 1.1%), followed promptly by a surprise rate cut by Mario Draghi which achieves nothing but sends a message that the ECB is, impotently, watching the collapse in European inflation and loan creation coupled by an ...
    Nov. 11, 2013 - Zero Hedge
Quotes

  • David Miliband in Reuters UK
    Some nations use the pretense of civilian nuclear programmes as cover for nuclear weapons programs.......... We cannot continue allowing nations to enrich and reprocess uranium, ostensibly for civilian purposes, and stand by impotently as they... John McCain http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_McCain&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEhauRSvpu74c5JI21AhXVu-x_kmQ Sify http://www.google.com/url?q=http://sify.com/news/fullstory.php%3Fid%3D14682821&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNG18g04Vck1eKBAj4gHa13Iy6_CAA May 28, 2008 50179 67831 impotently As the Balkans wars in the 1990s demonstrated, unless Europe can develop its own capabilities it will be consigned always to wait impotently until the US and NATO are ready and able to intervene," Miliband said.
  • Jim Allister in Belfast Telegraph
    Sinn Fein had the gun to the DUP's head and, rather than face an election, they rolled over and delivered the Sinn Fein agenda,Mr Allister said. "This is the reality for a once-strong Peter Robinson now impotently joined at the hip with...

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