While a Legislative House cannot have an even number of seats, what's more unceremonic, in this incident, is that the Gandhi scion cannot go through an event without making innocent gaffes
But what about Mitt Romney's unforgettable gaffe
- also at a fundraiser among the super-wealthy - when he condemned not just half of his opponent's supporters, but half of the population of the US?
The presidential or prime ministerial gaffe
is not unique to Mugabe of course.
The HBO satirical news program the Last Week Tonight With John Oliver also run a spool of his gaffes
from the time he mocked the housewives of Australia to admitting being threatened by homosexuality.
The case of Gaffe
Owens is a vivid illustration of the difference between YWCA and the organization formerly known as YMCA.
Internet commentator and reporter Matt Drudge linked to Ziegler's Web report, and within hours, talk-radio hosts and Web sites featured Kerry's appalling gaffe
Allen's reelection hopes--and even more likely his 2008 presidential hopes--have been damaged as much by his campaign's erratic handling of the gaffe
as by the gaffe
I see this gaffe
regularly but most recently in a prominent subscription newsletter: "Carl Bildt, Prime Minister of Sweden from 1991-94, gave .
Central TV newsreader Joanne Malin (left) apologised to viewers yesterday following an on-air gaffe
when she said it was "p***ing it down" live on air.
The White House experienced another embarrassing protocol gaffe
when its announcer, in introducing the national anthems of the two nations, mistakenly referred to Communist China as "The Republic of China," which is the formal name of the free Chinese state on Taiwan.
that have yanked the TV preacher into religious and political controversy, Robertson keeps venturing into rhetorical excess.
America's President George Bush made yet another gaffe
a few days ago.
My worst public relations gaffe
involved coordinating my first news conference in Los Angeles.
Conservatives were major critics of Trent Lott after what should have been an inconsequential gaffe
Louis Post-Dispatch: "You could have heard a pin drop on the floor of the Missouri House during a recent mock debate to train freshman legislators after newcomer Representative-elect Cynthia Davis, Republican-O'Fallon, committed the first gaffe