'And victim blame
continues to make it very difficult for women who are sexually harassed to come forward and get a fair hearing when they do.'
'Why engage in the blame
game when you cannot discern quality minds nor fathom a brilliant and workable idea even if it were to come from perceived political opponents?
They are also to blame
for Brexit, which is undermining this country's democracy, its unity, its security and its wealth.
But Trump has since worked to shift blame
to the Democrats, calling on them to vote to approve funding for the wall.
Both sides are now in a public blame
game over who is responsible for the shutdown.
Claim 1: Whether and how we cease to blame
depends on a variety of circumstances, not all of which are under our control.
Playing the blame
game can be incredibly destructive.
'You cannot support a political party like this, which only knows how to blame
the government for everything,' he said.
It's high time that we Africans stopped the blame
game of pointing fingers at other people for causing our wide range of debilitating problems--wars, poverty, unemployment, inequality, hunger, disease, squalor--you name it.
-- As Barack Obama's two-term presidency enters its final months, more Americans still blame
As I stepped out of the elevator, I finished his words in my head, "So don't blame
her for you being a cruddy boss".
Janoff-Bulman hypothesized that characterological self-blame is maladaptive for adjustment because blame
is attributed to one's personality that is presumed to be non-modifiable.
Companies benefit when they publicly accept blame
for mistakes and poor performance, according to a new study from the University of Missouri.
Mayor Bill de Blasio for the assassinations of two New York City policemen because he warned his biracial son about dealing with the police.
Reading Hillary Clinton's new memoir, Hard Choices, you'd think the blame
should be apportioned about equally between the two parties, with a little falling on the administration as well.