blame game


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Noun1.blame game - accusations exchanged among people who refuse to accept sole responsibility for some undesirable event
accusal, accusation - a formal charge of wrongdoing brought against a person; the act of imputing blame or guilt
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This, of course, is the crux of the matter, but our wise politicians have been too busy playing the blame game to notice that we are fast approaching the end of the road and there is nothing we can do about it.
It might even spawn a game show, a variant of Jeopardy I like to call The Blame Game.
The movie, directed by George Hickenlooper (``Mayor of Sunset Strip'') and written by Captain Mauzner (``Wonderland''), captures the energy and cliquishness of Andy Warhol's Factory scene but comes up empty when it tries to play the blame game for Sedgwick's destructiveness.
However, many in Germany are incensed by the blame game that has resulted from A380 production problems and suggestions that all German A380 work will be transferred to France.
But rather than add to the blame game and the vitriol, I want to suggest a fundamental solution to the Foley page scandal: Quit hiring minors as pages
My wife watches it though and she wants to see The Blame Game too.
Avoiding (or dismissing) the blame game, Jesus simply heals the man.
Some people think the bipartisan investigation has become a blame game.
Subsidiaries in Brazil and Venezuela also came under fire, Parmalat executives, meanwhile, are playing the blame game.
Playing a blame game once data has been stolen will not bring that data back into the right hands.
WHEN THE DEMOCRATS narrowly lost the House and Senate ha 2002, party activists launched a blame game.
Don't play the blame game and be all, "You're the only mother who forces her daughter to miss Everwood