- n. Plural form of goo-goo.
“I believe people have a right to petition their government, she told the Post's Mary Ann Akers in a statement that may give some goo-goos * heartburn, but makes sense to me.”
“This is the Virginia model and it works well, as it did at the national level for decades before the goo-goos got into the act.”
“The liberal goo-goos want to ban money from politics, but now their political hero has made them look like fools—twice.”
“Charlie Rangel and Cotton Mather would not have been good friends; at a time when the Democratic resurgence is threatened by widespread populist revolt, the goo-goos have unleashed the dogs of war against their less-than-perfect allies.”
“In the House, the goo-goos are calling for Rangel to step down from his powerful committee chair.”
“But the grimly moral goo-goos are the hardest people in America to get along with.”
“The three men shared a contempt for machine politics and mushy reformers (called "mugwumps" or "goo-goos").”
“Except for a few goo-goos preaching the Good Government Gospel, there are no special interests for reform.”
“Since their regulatory apparatus has been declared unconstitutional, the goo-goos now want to inflate routine legal campaign-finance maneuvering into felonies.”
“Campaign finance goo-goos are dancing with joy at DeLay ' s conviction, hoping more prosecutors will pick up the money-laundering charge.”
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