Ted Kennedy,” the aide continued, lowering his voice to a whisper for the punch line, “dead.
Palin views herself as a “punch of reality” as opposed to a punch line.
Reelecting Gray knowing he could be indicted would once again make the District a punch line for the late-night talk shows.
Peter Schrag delivers the punch line about the end of the old elite.
“Ayotte could turn the ‘war on women’ narrative into a punch line,” said Schmidt.
The punch line is that the one who believes in change, who looks forward, who is the visionary, is Roberts.
At CPAC, Mitt opened up with a Republican standby from 2008: community organizing as punch line.
Watching another MasterCard commercial when you know the punch line: Boring.
He was a self-made man, and a self-destroyed man—so he wrote his own punch line.
Phil said, "Because people are—" And then he caught himself and waved his hand and muttered, "I forgot the punch line."