Their job is to sell merchandise by foisting
it on the unsuspecting public, so they have to have an unending supply of enthusiasm.
As her local government minister in 1987 and 1988 he was responsible for foisting
the poll tax on Scotland.
And "barely attentive" does not even come close to describing the aggressive foisting
of the free market model on economies around the world that so typified the Bush/Clinton era.
Asked if Silber was foisting
his personal views about homosexuality on BU, spokesman Carleton declined to answer, saying, "That's an unreasonable question.
As the tramway is also inferior in passenger capacity per lane per hour, noise levels, smoothness and installation and operational flexibility than rubber-tyred transit, and has been proven unreliable here, why do our councillors and planners persist in foisting
this inferior, outmoded, disruptive and divisive tramway system on us?
The same man has been foisting
innocent, starry-eyed teeny-boppers on the world since the 80s.