use partisans in a sentence.
I suspect, of course, that the disparate treatment by partisans is part of the reason why the scandals are treated differently.
Barry is even more foolish than one figured. here he is having promised change and post partisanship but goes and hires Clinton partisans from the OLD 1990s, and then tops it off (likley per Guaridan News) w.
Those voters can't be expected to vote for Obama and aren't really "Democrats" the way long-term partisans are.
In fact, what upsets all these hyperbolic partisans is that each President was talented in defeating the partisans 'preferred candidates.
The Lithuanian underground fighter Dr. Viktor Kutroga described how Lithuanian "partisans" -- meaning civilian collaborators -- "burst into Jewish apartments, killed men, women, and children, and looted the property of those murdered" as soon as the Germans marched into Kovno on June 23, 1941.