That was the playbook the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth used to discredit then-Sen.
Instead, he rushed to use the firearms issue as one more tool to bludgeon and discredit his Republican opposition.
He said Iran pays lobbyists in Washington to discredit reports by Iranian exiles and tarnish their image.
Politicians used 9/11 and the new wars that resulted as a wedge issue to win elections and discredit opponents.
The Associated Press reports U.S. intelligence officials hope the tapes will discredit bin Laden in the eyes of his supporters.
Things have taken place that may be explained in two ways; both explanations do you discredit.
Such a reason was no discredit to the Rhos; therefore it was the harder to accept.
The house of Falconer, like the house of Seton in old days, was of prompt ire, and its sole daughter did it no discredit.
But he tells me something about the boiler before he goes—not to my discredit.
Is it to her discredit that she differs from so many of the noble ladies in Rome?