"What we need to do is bitch-slap
the Republican Party." - (https://www.buzzfeed.com/nathanielmeyersohn/heres-audio-of-trump-campaign-ceo-saying-what-we-need-to-do?bftwnews&utm_term=4ldqpgc#4ldqpgc) from a 2010 radio interview
He also quotes Tom DeLay, at a Washington party, referring to Krugman this week: "I'd like to bitch-slap
"But you sober up fast when you're exhorted, as we were, to 'bitch-slap
'era off the barstool'--in other words, use the kind of tactics, language and approach that will win the company what it most craves--attention.
Just as the Tony Awards provide Broadway with an occasion to puff up and preen in celebration of its achievements each season, Gerard Alessandrini's long-running satirical revue "Forbidden Broadway" is back on cue to bitch-slap
those over-inflated Rialto residents back down to size.
The two part post-dinner drag saw Pauline Fowler die alone in the snow after a bitch-slap
from squintyfaced Sonia via a wee dunt on the noggin from old Lou Beale's family heirloom fruit bowl.
He said, 'I want you to really punch him.' So I punched the air really hard, and Bill said, 'O-o-ooh!' I think he thought I was going to bitch-slap
him or something."
Football geniuses on one hand, overpaid prima donnas on the other, the two Spanish giants tried to bitch-slap
their way to the final.
"IT WAS JUST a tipsy bitch-slap
situation," said Stephen Gately.
"Hairspray" composer Marc Shaiman volleyed back on the Internet with an open letter to the lyricist-composer of "The Wild Party" and "Marie Christine." Among other choice digs, Shaiman said he wanted to "bitch-slap
Rhymes appears entirely capable of going on to bitch-slap
Freddy, Jason and any other bogeyman who gets in his way.
Oh, how we laughed when Andrew described it as "a tipsy bitch-slap
Standout supporting players include Willard, Babatunde, Hector Elizondo as a sympathetic crew coach and Mike Epps as a flashy pimp who won't bitch-slap
anyone, not even himself, without first applying baby powder to his hand.