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Rick Scott is expected to sign the bill-passed overwhelmingly in both houses-in short order, so Wasserman Schultz had to hustle if she was going to gether demagoguery for the day in before HB 633 is law.
He will always resort to demagoguery and cheap, empty rhetoric on this issue and will browbeat his opponents.
Death panels," a deeply perverse piece of demagoguery from 2009, resonated widely in part because it accurately depicts an aspect of the cultural sensibility, which is that palliative care equals end of life and that death is imminent.
The Kremlin reacted to similar comments in May by telling Iran s leader to refrain from "political demagoguery.
Anti-Muslim demagoguery in the referendum campaign was evidence that "interreligious peace is not a given and must constantly be reestablished.
Speaking to reporters after attending a conference on regional security cooperation in Manama, Mottaki criticized the western's demagoguery in dealing with Iran and said, "We have explicitly declared that Iran is ready to exchange some 400 kilograms of 3.
From the political right as exemplified by the Fox News channel, to the right as represented by 'Real Time with Bill Maher', the American public is deluged with misinformation, misrepresentation, hysteric demagoguery, and fear mongering when it comes to the Swine Flu phenomena.
If you want a real statement of demagoguery, it is Obama stating that he has a mandate of the people for whatever he is' doing.
That was a time when demagoguery seemed a real threat to the established order.
The alternative is possible demagoguery, bias and letting off steam - things which I see a good deal of in the mid-market tabloids like the Daily Mail and the Daily Express.
There are many steps that Washington could take, however, that would slowly isolate the hard-liners while helping to resolve the conflicts on which they base their demagoguery.
I argue that there is a mutually reinforcing relationship between demagoguery in poverty rhetoric and narcissism.