Democratic strategist Hank Sheinkopf said massa has assured his enduring legacy in American politics.
massa “never lifted a finger for the public option, so far as I know,” he said.
First the contrite-but-not-really massa offered to slit his wrists on camera.
massa regaled listeners with an account of confronting Emanuel while soaping up in the House gym showers.
massa cited his battle with cancer as the reason for his early exit.
Then he sang out to me: "massa Bill, is you got any hahdtack?"
You no get no letter, massa Sib, to tell you we was to come—eh?
Der yer tink, den, massa, dat dey'll git to fightin' at Charl'son?
He said he had nobody to employ him, but added, "Why don't you work, massa?"
When "massa run, aha," he staid behind, and has forty acres of good corn planted and cultivated by himself for his own benefit.
massa mas·sa (mās'ə)
n. pl. mas·sae (mās'ē)
A lump or aggregation of coherent material. Also called mass.
a lifting up, gift, one of the sons of Ishmael, the founder of an Arabian tribe (Gen. 25:14); a nomad tribe inhabiting the Arabian desert toward Babylonia.