Let me propose an unpleasant thought experiment: Maybe America should try to kill Bashar al-Assad?
The more typical right-wing response to unpleasant developments is to ignore them and try to shrug them off.
“Nobody asked me unpleasant questions,” she tells The Daily Beast.
The chain was founded with my £6,000 and an unpleasant load of personal debt.
Romney's campaign knows the power of a favorable news cycle, and the fleeting damage of an unpleasant one.
It would have been most unpleasant to find that he himself was being spied upon.
Still, however, it was a story which no telling could have made other than an unpleasant one.
Miss Winstead,” said Mrs. Ogilvie, “this is all most unpleasant.
It was an unpleasant duty, and could be deferred for a few minutes.
There is little more to tell, and that passage through the caon left behind it an unpleasant memory.