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“The U.S. Senate is expected to vote next month on a bill proposed by Massachusetts Senator John Kerry that would lift what he calls a Draconian travel ban that has caused thousands of Canadians and other foreigners to be refused entry to the United States because they have the virus that causes AIDS.”
“Sigh...unfortunately any proposal along those lines in these United States is met with responses that invariably contain the word 'Draconian'....”
“These attitudes were usually codified in Draconian laws that enjoyed strong support by the orthodox religion of the country, thus lending the regime cover for its abuses.”
“That so-called trigger may be in jeopardy, with both Democrats and Republicans leery of steep cutbacks at the Pentagon that Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has called "Draconian.”
“Even that so-called trigger may be in jeopardy, with both Democrats and Republicans leery of steep cutbacks at the Pentagon that Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has called "Draconian.”
“But such measures are called Draconian by Dr. Susan Ice, a medical director for an eating disorders treatment center and member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America health initiative.”
“Charter boat captains, as well as commercial fishermen, say the regulations are "Draconian '" and economically devastating.”
“Prof. Hurley notes that U.S. regulations put "Draconian" restrictions on the amount and terms of loans to insiders.”
“Draconian' anti-immigration legislation passed in Mississippi”
“This willy-nilly negotiating seems at the very least arbitrary and, worse, like some kind of Draconian muscle-flexing.”
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