The kicker to it is that the worst part is that the person in the nightmare experience ends up being a Democrat too.
The kicker to its story: “In an historic election reminiscent of Kennedy, record turnout and exceptional enthusiasm.”
And the kicker is—some of the candidates are even Republicans.
And the kicker: the lineup for the festival is shrouded in secrecy, and is only revealed the day before it kicks off.
Then closed with a recycled, but always poignant, “red state/blue state/UNITED states” kicker.
The next step in the education of the kicker is the side swing.
But here's the kicker: even though no one else can get in, you can't get out!
The kicker shall not play the ball a second time until it has been played by another player.
"No, I'll go out after that kicker," he said, ashamed of his slovenly work.
Leaving the Alhambra he returned to the kicker office, seating himself again at his desk.
[fourth sense probably fr poker, ''a high card kept, along with a pair, in draw poker,'' found by 1892]