a readiness or tendency to assign responsibility for a misdeed
In fact, many Americans are behaving as if the crisis is past and that we can now afford to move on to the blame game.
I hate to say this, but the blame game is already under way.
But how that pain would be distributed, and how quickly it would be felt, is part of the blame game playing out in Washington.
When it came to the economy, the candidates played the blame game.
If he does, conservatives will see it as a blame game, no matter how nuanced a message the White House strives to deliver.
In the wake of such a grisly screw up, it is tempting to play the blame game.
Perhaps feeling cornered by the UN report, North Korea launched a blame game of its own.
At the heart of the blame game between KKG and Holt is a dispute over responsibility.
The Palestinians are playing the blame game with American help and Israelis are wallowing in their culture of guilt.
The security questions and blame game will now take center stage in the embassy attack that killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya.
The reciprocal process of assigning blame; ritual exchange of accusations: Charles was the clear loser in the royal blame game (1990s+)