We are, after all, a show known for getting into hot water through our antics, and now we're protesting our innocence over this affair, we're seen as merely crying wolf
As for people who believe that the county was crying wolf
in recent weeks, only to have money suddenly materialize on Tuesday and save the day, both Turner and Gardner scoffed at the idea.
Now those who work in the public sector with their goldplated, inflation-proof, indexlinked pensions are being told they will have to accept what Gordon Brown imposed on the private sector the trade union movement is crying wolf
. The only reason they are doing what they are doing now is because it is a coalition government of which Labour is not involved.
I AM beginning to lose respect for jockeys - there is a lot of crying wolf
* Then again, maybe, per Jean-Marie Le Pen's theory, I'm just crying wolf
Dr Roland Salmon, director of Public Health Wales' communicable disease surveillance centre, has called on Newport MP Paul Flynn to apologise for claiming authorities were "crying wolf
" over last year's swine flu outbreak.
We've heard this song before, but this time the City of Glendale might not be crying wolf
, or rather Coyote.
The wise men dismissed the audiophile, believing he was crying wolf
. Now the audiophile has re-emerged to assert that the sound of compressed downloaded music is worse than CD, even at the highest 256kbit/sec rate.
Unlike crying wolf
, crying censorship never seems to backfire.
We were stunned when White House claims about Iraqi weapons of mass destruction proved to be lies, but began to jump as soon as the president started crying wolf
over insurance "crises" is a constant theme of insurance companies, as a method of reducing policy obligations.
Critics accused him of crying wolf
. But he had a ready response.