- abbr. President (used as a title written before a president's name)
“I know a lot of people were thinking that support for some form of public option, under whatever name, would be the ‘true test’ of whether the Pres is able to take tough stances on behalf of the public.”
“Also, how do you know the world is not interested in Pres O's take on MJ?”
“Now they are doing the betting for the Insurance and powerful health care industry, I think the Pres is do in fine.”
“As Calderone points out it would limit the ability to buy a congressmens vote with pork since the Pres is more likely to line-item veto the most disgraceful examples ofpork.”
“As Calderone points out it would limit the ability to buy a congressmens vote with pork since the Pres is more likely to line-item veto the most disgraceful examples of pork.”
“But I must say, that I have full confidence in Pres Obama and am positive he will make the right decision, unlike his predessesors .... once upon a horse”
“Best I've had outside of Israel for serious shoppers - Le Trois Marches de Catherine B in St. German-de-Pres is an amazing second hand store that specializes in Chanel and Hermes.”
“Even a "coarse dialogue" takes more than one voice, and the Pres is on camera demanding a monologue. toughintn”
“Dream team: McCain Pres, Obama VP, then for the second term they switch, since Obama will then have the experience he needs and McCain will be a little older.”
“Oh, and I find it amusing that the St. Louis Fed Pres is named William Poole.”
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