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How do you say “dog whistle” in Hebrew?

How do you say “dog whistle” in Hebrew?

.translate Google to according כלב משרוקית

Come on Andrea, call it a dog whistle.

Because everyone you consider a dog hears it.

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You know, it’s funny. The only people bringing up this “birther” nonsense are on the left.

And by funny, I mean…

The “foreign ideas” theme is DEAD ON.

The ideas and ideals of our Revolution and Founding are organic to America.

The reactionary ideas and ideals of the Frankfurt School, and before that the Progressive Era, were from Europe. Principally Germany.

Of course, Obama’s fascist economics were born in Italy.

“Foreign” is perfectly right.

That’s why I start salivating uncontrollably every time Mitt Romney uses the word “foreign.”

I’ll plug my ears to the whistle and be a good boy and play dead come this November. I promise. Please don’t eat me!

    Ragspierre in reply to LukeHandCool. | August 5, 2012 at 11:13 am

    I understand that Moochelle has him on a strict “no dog” diet.

    No hot-dogs, no cold dog, no (German) Shepard Pie. Nada.

    The one exception is that he MAY (will) eat any dog’s breakfast prepared by Valerie Jarret.

This all goes back to the community organizer and college professor who came to Washington, Dc doing his best not to talk about his time as a community organizer and nothing more than his degrees from college.
Missing is the college transcript that probably would have told us he was a lousy student, never took any economics, and puffed his way through with the “Choom Gang.”
A veritable “blank slate.” So blank that he doesn’t know anything about nearly anything except the “Art of the Hoodwink.”

Poor Andrea! The problem is that she holds the same foreign philosophy as Barack does. Even with Roosevelt and the misery of the Great Depression the instincts of Americans were to resist furthur inroads of Communism and Socialism. It is foreign to the American way.
Andrea probably wonders why so many Americans vote “against their own self interest”. Two reasons, Andrea, 1) We are smart enough to know it’s not in our interest to vote for liars who only want to control and dominate our lives, and 2) I would rather be free and middle class and give my children the opportunity to rise as high as their abilities allow than to be a socialist drone living only for the glory of the state and the elite who dominate it.

This woman hates all conservatives but she especially hates Sarah Palin. Remember the look on her face when she confronted Palin at a book signing session? She had a face like a stone. And so did Nora O’Donell. The dislike oozed off both of them. Andrea has been caught in so many lies it’s pathetic yet there she is still employed. Of course, she is employed by liars and fools too who have no more sense than to show a trailer of a gymnastic monkey series after a black kid won the gold.

CarsInDepth.com | August 5, 2012 at 11:28 am

I think that שריקת כלב is closer in meaning. It depends if you mean an actual physical dog whistle or describing the act of dog whistling. Since the lefties are claiming that we are using racist dog whistles, i.e giving secret coded messages, are describing an action I’d say that שריקת כלב is correct. To whistle to a dog is לשרוק לכלב. Either way, adjectives in Hebrew generally follow the noun so if anything it should be משרוקית כלב

A few times on the web now I’ve seen headlines that state or imply Romney is using Israel as a wedge.

Well, when you support something which the overwhelming majority of Americans support, while your opponent seems not to support it … isn’t that a natural wedge?

You’re not whittling a wedge, you’re just acknowdedging it exists.

I could be wrong.

That’s what Google Dog-Whistle Translate came up with when I plugged in that piercing whistle attacking my ears.

9thDistrictNeighbor | August 5, 2012 at 12:13 pm

I don’t know when this ad was put together, but the first thing that struck me was the “who shares your values” line. I immediately thought of Rhambo and his remarks about Chick-fil-A. I was impressed that perhaps the Romney team gets it. The ad is great…no parsing verbs, no obfuscation. Mazel tov!

Andrea suffers from a constant whistling in her ears. Its making her crazy. She hasnt figured out its her husband calling her home for her pup-er-roni and belly rub.

LukeHandCool | August 5, 2012 at 1:05 pm

Andrea Mitchell:

“He is still using the term ‘foreign.’ … It is a dog whistle.”

Come on, Andrea!

I’m married to a foreigner, and I’m often in the doghouse.

I should be sensitive to connotations of this term.

And I took Romney to mean it as “alien.”

Whoops! 🙂

Isn’t it amazing how blatant NBC’s role as a propaganda apparatus for Obama is, yet there is no national outrage commensurate with that fact?

TrooperJohnSmith | August 5, 2012 at 2:32 pm

All this dog whistlin’ stuff is way over the head of us po’ ig’nernt folks out here in Blue America flyover land. Naw’sir, makes no sense a’tall.

To us gun- and Bible-clingers, our support for Israel is a lot like our faith, pure, simple and unequivocal. We don’t need no clarification or nuance, and we sho’ don’t need no dog whistles. Them’s for trainin’ bird dogs. Simply put Mr. President, We. Support. Israel. Period.

That’s reason number 1,498,252 to vote against Obama.

Cheap shot alert.

Of course Andrea Mitchell hears dog whistles. I mean really do I have to draw a picture(No!No! go the voices in my head).

But on a serious note. I do not understand how this woman has a shred of credibility left. She certainly has no shame repeating what I call the “the only argument an imbecile can muster” i.e opposing the progtard agenda is raaaacist. Phillips corollary to Godwin’s law can be invoked constantly at MSLSD. That is the first person to claim race is to blame when it comes to policy/politics loses the argument.

My apologies to any who coined that concept first. I will gladly give up the naming rights.

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