Reed isn't poor-mouthing
his program these days either.
Which is all the more reason voters should ignore city leaders' poor-mouthing
and scare-mongering -- and vote no on Measure S.
The domestic steel industry hovers always, in its own poor-mouthing
estimations, on the abyss of economic doom.
Bill Clinton, to his credit, found a way to capitalize on his up-by-his-bootstraps personal history without resorting to poor-mouthing
his home state.
It's amazing to me how one moment they can be talking about their record results and the next moment they can be poor-mouthing
about how they're going to go bankrupt,'' von Lohmann said.
After months of poor-mouthing
, Los Angeles County supervisors suddenly found a $309 million surplus that they decided Tuesday to spend mostly on employee pay raises and fixing up county buildings.
Whether the head-shaking nostalgia surrounding Southland is genuine or just poor-mouthing
in the best state-regulated business tradition, Baldwin can point to some concrete numbers to back his case.