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Murkowski probably could get a bill out of her committee if she pushed really hard, but that would be terribly impolitic because then she would be putting (new Senate Majority Leader) Mitch McConnell, and potentially some of her colleagues, in a difficult position, " says Kevin Book, a policy analyst at ClearView Energy Partners.
Impolitic recent statements by Vice President Joseph Biden testify further to the astounding bias in the Obama administration against America's traditional friends in the Middle East.
Insulting the intelligence of the electorate may seem impolitic, but it is a common theme among public officials.
And now I'm being asked about nakedness, the page not far from the blank- white open of the bedsheet, in that they're both a space for what's impolitic.
The impolitic official resigned and the agency apologized, but Fulbright wasn't satisfied.
Perhaps it is because they give voice to some deep sentiments that are true but impolitic to state until after one has tendered one's resignation.
The difference thus created to the disadvantage of prudence and economy is not only impolitic but unjust.
One might expect that, as fans, some of the scholars in this collection would risk engaging ill knee-jerk defenses of Morrissey's impolitic and often offensive behavior, but for the most part, they do not.
Narendra Modi's jibe at Sunanda Tharoor was yet another example of the fondness of our fork- tongued politicians for impolitic language
Prince Philip has been to the Jewish state, albeit in an unofficial capacity, when his mother Princess Andrew of Greece and Denmark was honored as one of the Righteous of Nations, and of all the many, many, many groups, ethnic or otherwise, upon which he has aired, shall we say, impolitic remarks over his equally numerous years in the public eye, Jews have, almost shockingly, not been among them.
It is both utterly wrong and impolitic that the IMF has forged a Troika with the European Commission and European Central Bank and is dictating fiscal policy in struggling Eurozone economies, such as setting up separate accounts for bail outs to ensure money is used to save the Euro through debt repayment and is not injected structurally to help the suffering population.
It is both utterly wrong and impolitic that the IMF has forged a troika with the European Commission and European Central Bank and is dictating fiscal policy in struggling eurozone economies, such as setting up separate accounts for bailouts to ensure money is used to save the Euro through debt repayment and is not injected structurally to help the suffering population.