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  • How do you compare the impact of one tweet from Ashton Kutcher (3.3 million followers) plugging President Obama's "Health Insurance Reality Check" site against conservatives popularizing the #handsoff tag to highlight their opposition to health care reform?

    The Politics of Twitter

  • MAS was handsoff according to State Dept, so until they change their stance, military won't touch him.

    Sound Politics: Al-Sadr Needs To Be Dispatched

  • The third element in this new-look approach is the Banker Plan, which signals a break with Washington's former handsoff policy towards the international debt problem and stresses America's interest in its lasting and constructive solution, especially with regard to Latin America.

    Eurosclerosis: Fact or Fiction?

  • Targeted and well timed rumors or strategic statements, combined with extraordinary largess from the government and the usual handsoff seenoevil, hearnoevil, smellnoevil approach from regulators, not to mention trillons of taxpayer dollars redistributed into a single sector - and select speculators drive up stock prices in accelerated velocities, proclaiming the end of the bottom or a return of the bulls.

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  • The key applications are HybSelect, febit's innovative DNA capture method for Next-Generation-Sequencing, and handsoff, amplification free microRNA profiling.

    Aktuellste Pressemeldungen der PresseBox

  • The people were stupid, the bankers were greedy and retarded and the goverment should have maintained a handsoff policy.

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  • I HATE the spin job McMurry’s scurrilous “handsoff.org” is doing

    Firedoglake » Light ‘Em Up on Net Neutrality

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  • Forced into a single word as a Twitter hashtag, this should really be the phrase "hands off", or at very least hyphenated as a modifier (he took a hands-off approach to copyediting).

    March 16, 2010