Or is it too valuable to use as a bludgeon against Republicans?
Instead, he rushed to use the firearms issue as one more tool to bludgeon and discredit his Republican opposition.
“If Giannoulias loses, the Republicans and the mainstream media are going to bludgeon Obama,” said Anderson.
He hit the tribesmen on the head with his bludgeon and “the subsequent proceedings interest him no more.”
And every squall was to be regarded as a bludgeon capable of crushing the Snark.
Their feet lagged, and he shoved them before him, flourishing his bludgeon.
I tried him myself at the assizes: it was for striking a young lady with a bludgeon, of which she died.
The majesty of the law in his hands becomes at once a bludgeon and a pandemonium.
On the Tuesday after the bludgeon was found, the two ladies met again.
Thereupon Panaumbe brandished his bludgeon, struck all the foxes, and killed them.