Barking up the incorrect tree stubborn,stupid, or plain eviland feeling very strongly about it. It is said of person(s)for whom reality checks are virtually impossible to makeDubyait can also be used as an effective misleading tool when confronting critics.Most invasions are first orchestrated by wrongpoling the alleged foe,misportraying its actions until they become a widely perceived direct external threat.
I would rather be a dog barking up the wrongpoled than believe another one of your lies. Jethro Tull.
by Isengrin January 20, 2008