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blowhards

n. (plural of blowhard English)

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Thus, the same pious blowhards who love to prattle about the sacrosanct First Amendment when the speech at issue is obscene or treasonous are constantly issuing lunatic demands for regulation of America’s most dangerous Samizdat media: the World Wide Web.

While media blowhards raved about Gore’s colossal intellect, every time the public actually heard Gore, they laughed at him for being such a dork.

Famous blowhards were constantly impressing other famous blowhards with the greater calamity they could predict resulting from Reagan's support for anti-Communist guerrillas.

It's an annoying habit of mine, as annoying a habit as pompous blowhards such as you, Foutz, have of distorting the truth to suit their fancy.

Thus, the same pious blowhards who love to prattle about the sacrosanct First Amendment when the speech at issue is obscene or treasonous are constantly issuing lunatic demands for regulation of America's most dangerous Samizdat media: the World Wide Web.

While media blowhards raved about Gore's colossal intellect, every time the public actually heard Gore, they laughed at him for being such a dork.