I always compared lameduck to
by JP Bill - 5/8/12 5:33 AM
In Reply to: Lameduck Session meaning by TONI H
but you complain that Obama is doing something (which you don't agree with) to a "lameduck"
doing something, BUT it's a lameduck...
That doesn't work for me.
Lame duck sessions do not usually occur in countries under a parliamentary form of government, whether the Westminster system or other models. Under a parliamentary system there are usually no fixed dates for elections or the beginning of terms, so that a new session of parliament will always begin with its first meeting after an election has been held.
this was taken from an online dictionary
A person or thing that isn't properly able to function, especially one that was previously proficient.
Are you saying you thought Obama was previously proficient?
adjective. skillful - skilled - skilful - adept - able - expert
noun. expert - adept - connoisseur - specialist - judge
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