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“The stylish sculpture has a majestic and king-like feel, while the simple and spotless shower cabin sustains its uniqueness.”
“In his weekly, hours-long broadcast tirades to the nation, Chavez often sits, king-like, behind an ornate desk at the palace, a prominent painting of Bolivar as his background.”
“But, it is a fact difficult to swallow when the majority of Egyptians ruled by this king-like president live under the poverty line in unplanned, unhygienic housing probably with no sewage or running water, far from the palace's golden faucets.”
“Their first choice, of course, is to give the Unitary Executive and its king-like powers to McCain and whomever they have put in place to be his veep, but if they have to hand it to somebody else, then Hillary is a good fall-back.”
“These weaker-willed follower voters are unduly influenced by the present undemocratic system, and they are too easily herded about by the king-like power brokers in the shadows of de-MOCKERY-cy.”
“But after a long war, a tough presidential campaign and the hard times of 2008 -- to be sure, there will be no golden glowing goodbyes to the king-like Bush who practically seized the land by primogeniture.”
“South Korea's family-run conglomerates routinely seek to create the impression of a king-like chairman they can't do without.”
“Having a President with swollen, king-like power will only make corruption and abuse of that power more likely as time goes on.”
“We now have a president who claims king-like powers to be able to kidnap anyone, anywhere, off the streets, deny them habeas corpus and due process, suspend their Constitutional rights and to send them to secret locations where they may even be tortured.”
“A new totalitarian form of government with a king-like executive exists.”
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