A matter of perspective


I wouldn't know, sir...

We only come here for the drinks.


Contradictio In Terminis?

The gentleman from Vermont is absolutely right:

I couldn't agree more. And allow me to add, by the same token, and for good measure, that I am sick and tired of Hillary Clinton too—just on general principles.

I know what you are gonna say...


What principles?

My point exactly!


Contradictio in terminis (Latin for contradiction in terms) refers to a combination of words whose meanings are in conflict with one another. Examples are "independent colony", "square circle", and a "principled politician".