- n. Plural form of deregulator.
“At the same time, the Clintons and more generally the DLC governed as GOP-lite "deregulators" and pushed anyone interested in stupid things like economic justice and the first amendment into the root cellar of the Democratic party (and to Ralph Nader, though I didn't vote for him).”
“deregulators" didn't get to CARB as much as they wanted to. montrealmustang 6: 12PM (3/16/2010)”
“I sense the fact that Americans horrified by the perversions of the torturers, the greed of the deregulators and the military industrial complex and the big oil companies united to throw off the deceitful neocons but the folks who drank the neocon coolaid must be feeling rather insecure these days, now that Obama is in the White House.”
“Generally, there is no real slamdunk defense against the possibility of future deregulators letting future people do greatly harmful things.”
“The deregulators responsible have been trying to shift their blame onto – surprise!”
“How can the rapacious capitalist Republican “deregulators” and the nationalist socialists both be “right wing?””
“His first act after the election was to appoint an economics team headed by the people who caused the crash: the Clinton-era deregulators and the former heads of Goldman.”
“Those consequences were the well-intended but premature rush towards the single currency; and the further adventures of the deregulators and casino capitalists who were given free rein thenceforth.”
“But Mr Lansley deserves real credit, for seeing off Whitehall's kneejerk deregulators on shop displays, and for keeping alive hopes of more radical action.”
“After all, if the Long Slump was kicked off by underlying macroeconomic and technological shifts, then some of the favorite bogeymen of the crisis -- bankers, Wall Streeters, regulators, deregulators, mortgage peddlers, derivatives whizzes -- drop down to a secondary or tertiary causation level.”
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