It was demagogic, but the mostly female crowd of Shriver and Schwarzenegger fans roared their approval.
True to form, he did deliver the most demagogic moment of the night, referring to the “Obama Depression.”
But they will most likely collapse if they actually seek it and refuse to let go their demagogic ways.
The 1988 presidential race is rightly remembered for its focus on demagogic and racially coded appeals.
The speech was not demagogic, and after George W. Bush, we can at least be thankful for that.
Fortnoye only retreated to Belgium as a refuge for his demagogic opinions.
To many even liberal scholars of the day, Luther's doctrines appeared wild and demagogic.
Of course I deplore your tendency to dalliance with the demagogic muse.
However, the demagogic wind which had suddenly blown over a part of France had not prevailed in the Department of la Manche.
I perceived that these vile emotions grew entirely from the demagogic spirit of the period, which must be taken in hand at once.