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    Personal Pronouns?

    Question:

    If someone is referring to themselves as a "lame duck president", should all 3 words be capitalized??

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    Mopo

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    Re: Personal Pronouns?

    no - no caps needed.

    lame duck senator

    lame duck politician

    "lame duck" is an adjective, meaning "at the end of his/her term in office"

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