but maybe sit this one out

Reply Wed 24 Jun, 2020 02:29 am
Does "but maybe sit this one out" mean "but maybe this one doesn't count"?


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David Frum, in Trumpocalypse, makes convincing case that many defenders of the Electoral College believe votes from big cities actually deserve less weight, because those people aren’t “real Americans”. Real Americans live on farms or in small towns. Real Americans vote Trump!

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So are you of the opinion that ONLY the people in big cities should have their vote count, because without the electoral college, that is what happens. I've a lot of respect for you, sir, but maybe sit this one out.

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Reply Wed 24 Jun, 2020 06:42 am
“Maybe sit this one out” = maybe you ought not get involved in the discussion.
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Reply Wed 24 Jun, 2020 07:01 am
As an example of how the phrase might have come into [email protected]: at a dance you might want “to sit this one ou” means you won’t dance this particular dance (not suitable).
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