- n. Plural form of appointee.
“First, the number of political appointees is very small.”
“The lack of announced appointees is a sign of its priority within the administration.”
“You have spent this entire thread defending DeMint in spite of all evidence that his motives are purely political and obstructionist in nature, even going so far as to suggest that the proper course of action and the legally prescribed method of questioning appointees is not good enough.”
“Well, in a move that goes way beyond any of that, the Obama administration is intending to rid the Federal government of all political appointees from the past 5 years.”
“We just had the most partisan 8 years ever for judicial appointees from the democrats so maybe they can learn something.”
“First action to take is purge all the Bush appointees from the Department of Homland Security (DHS) and replace them with competent qualified Americans who love their country.”
“If millions of other women are like-minded then they will have no one to blame but themselves when Roe v. Wade is overturned by McCain appointees to the Supreme Court and thousands more of their children are killed in an unlawful war.”
“The film is a kind of road movie through the environmental informational landscape, asking ordinary people what they think about global warming (they admit they don't know much), and examining the Bush administration's altering of scientific data by having its appointees from the oil and coal industries rewrite scientific reports.”
“However,12 of those are among the current Pope's 30 appointees,and some near-term appointees may themselves turn 80 in that span Archbishops Sardi and Monterisi,each given appointments that raise their chances of the cardinalate in recent months,were both born in 1934,the new Major Penitentiary was born in 1935.”
“Among the female appointees is Mrs. Jane C. Swisshelm, a popular journalist and writer of novels.”
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