The governor proclaims: "If a man's dishonest to get a job, he'll be dishonest on the job."
Trying to put the onus onto someone else for your own decisions is really cowardly and kind of dishonest.
She never lied to him or was dishonest to him, and we were very careful to point that out in the movie, but Tom needed to grow up.
MSNBC host Ed Schultz accused Romney of running “the most dishonest campaign we have ever seen by a national figure.”
For them and their followers to sit back and say that the problems are all Obama's fault is dishonest and absurd.
If a dishonest man had not deprived me of fifteen hundred francs a year I could save this or that poor family.'
I am not aware that any of us are guilty of dishonest actions.
Here, at any rate, are no great names to scare us into dishonest admiration.
It wasn't that he was dishonest; he simply couldn't be trusted to do anything properly.
The same observations are to be made in regard to dishonest witnesses who, when pressed to think hard, only simulate doing so.