As an anti-Soviet socialist with roughly equal disdain for hardline Marxists and softheaded
Western liberals, Bentley quite literally made enemies right and left--but mostly left.
Because military force alone will always risk creating more new fighters than it kills, it is not softheaded
to insist that we pay attention to the underlying causes of Islamist extremism, not just its surface manifestations.
I also realize how "smart" we've become, how good at speaking the language of law and politics--and how afraid we are of appearing softheaded
Nowadays, anyone in the Jewish community who speaks out against Israel is almost automatically rewarded with a medal of bravery by the liberal and softheaded
But Valco's star buys are still the soft-hearted deli counter lady Margaret (Rita May) and softheaded
shelf stacker Leighton (Joel Fry).
It is so mucha part of the softheaded
thinking that marks the shabby period we were talking about.
That loyalty requires each member to avoid raising controversial issues, questioning weak arguments, or calling a halt to softheaded
Vicar But I stopped going several years ago when the pulpit was taken over by a softheaded
It skewers marriage, entrepreneurship and manual labor only to reaffirm them in the final stretch, and in a way that doesn't feel especially bighearted (like Judge's toon series "King of the Hill"), just softheaded
Call me a softheaded
sentimentalist, but I was surprised at that attitude, a bit scandalized, in fact.
And like his colleague William Stanner, with whom Coombs co-authored a report in 1974 on the need to lift morale, instil a sense of purpose to overcome squalor, lack of power and enforce discipline, Coombs was no softheaded
Still, better to get softheaded
in Big Sur than smart-alecky in the Mary McCarthy set.