Instead, his legacy will be "after eight years and a lot of big talk, the economy was still terrible".
Got him to meet me at Edgeford and make a big talk to the superintendent.
“You make the big talk, Injun,” sneered Smith, but his mouth was dry.
Of course I don't; you daresn't be frightened after all your big talk before we came out.
For a happy mingling of lies and truth our "big talk" could hardly be excelled.
A mild snicker greeted his “big talk,” and the boy flushed hotly.
"Me no like big talk like dat," said Lepoko, looking puzzled.
All, of course, were naturally on hand, to hear the big talk and share the many presents.
Why don't you quit your big talk, Geta, and tell us your news.
But they put a bad name on the Firbolgs and the men of Domnand and the Gaileoin, for lies and for big talk and injustice.
Boastful and extravagant talk; esp promises or claims beyond one's capacity: His promises were just big talk
: Don't big-talk a big-talker, man (mid-1800s+)