Matthew Dowd, a former strategist for George W. Bush, said the GOP “wants passion and wants the vilification of the president.”
The good news for Canada is that these acts of vilification have been met with resounding criticism from political leaders.
Instead, they have unleashed a storm of nit-picking and vilification.
vilification tore at the other's lips, until friend and enemy marveled at what Steve took in silence.
He keeps his servility sweet by preserving it in the salt of vilification.
All this vilification is really the tribute that mediocrity pays to genius.
Such ignorance, fertilized by ill will, bore the only fruit which could grow in such soil: abuse and vilification.
He could have, phrase for phrase, book for book, retorted with tenfold interest to Nietzsche's vilification of Christianity.
The vilification which was poured on Luther and his doings was so bitter as to be ludicrous.
Daily abuse and vilification have been his portion and reward.