American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Ickes, Harold LeClair 1874-1952. American politician who served as secretary of the interior (1933-1946) under presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman.
“If you say 'No,' then Ickes is offended because they say," Perkins refuses to consult with other Cabinet officers. ”
“Furthermore, the foul and cursing language used by Harold Ickes is appalling!”
“Harold Ickes is the fall guy for the clinetons ...”
“The nerve of Harold Ickes is just quite frankly counter productive and frankly devisive.”
“Hillary's campaign manager, Harold Ickes, is a member of the DNC Committee that meets Saturday to determine the status of Florida and Michigan.”
“Ickes is setting the stage to allow Clinton to beg/borrow/steal “uncommitted” delegates.”
“Harold Ickes is a member of the committee, after all, and he's the aide spearheading Hillary's effort to win a favorable resolution to the Florida and Michigan problem.”
“Ickes also reminded listeners that there are 15 states and territories that still have not voted, and that superdelegates will play a big role in the nominating process (ed note: Ickes is a superdelegate).”
“Now, Ickes is pushing the superdelegates based on current polls after attacking Obama relentlessly – that makes her more electable?”
“If Harold Ickes is the guy making the plea, you know it is a last ditch attempt as he is the last General”
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