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They simply read all the serious First Amendment concerns out of the statute, leaving it to cover only panderers, or those who claim to be panderers, of child pornography.
Hispanic Mexicans, Pimas, Mayo and Yaqui Indians, and a few Norte Americanos join in this Chaucerian pilgrimage that blends, says Fontana, "piety and pleasure, priest and panderer, hope and hostility, miracle and malediction.
When Obama was nominated, I briefly considered voting for John McCain I thought I knew, but candidate McCain became a bigger panderer than anyone since Old George Bush in trying to appease the radical right of the Republican Party.
Name-calling - "mean, shrill, intolerant, panderer.
In a bid to establish her independence from royal protocol, she became flirtatious, headstrong and a panderer of disaster.
Tony the family man, who also happens to be Tony the Panderer where the militant homosexual lobby is concerned.
Frederick Sheehan sent his book Panderer to Power: The Untold Story of How Alan Greenspan Enriched Wall Street and Left a Legacy of Recessions to the 10 members of the FCIC.
Our former governor is such a world-class panderer, especially to the religious right, that whenever someone even mentions Massachusetts, he shakes his head and shudders as though he managed to flee the invading Visigoths.
Dory wrote, "Said a gentleman today, after reading yesterday's `Standard': `Can it be that Henry George, after all, has become a mere ward politician, a panderer to the mob?
The American people don't want a political panderer who will do anything to win, they want real leadership and a new direction in Iraq.
In a few seconds (it seemed more like a few minutes), Gore had somehow transformed himself from ponderous panderer to sex symbol.
An actress in X-rated pictures who claims to have worked in Fleiss' call-girl ring is seen getting paid to talk on camera, as are a porno director, a jailed cop and Madam Alex - the legendary Tinseltown panderer.
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