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- n. Lobbying, as for example in politics.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The practices of a lobbyist; the system of lobbying.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the practice of lobbying; the activities of a lobbyist
One of these days Timmeh is going to wake up and figure out that lobbyism is socialism not that it spreads the wealth but privatized the profits while socializing massive amounts of debt.
Consequently, there is urgent need for a strong green lobbyism that can exert strong pressure on the world's politicians to take responsibility for solving the accelerating climate problems.
To me Al is a frosh Senator, not yet jaded in the mire of lobbyism on either side of the isle.
Take lobbyism, politicism, and partisanism out of government and maybe we'll see a better future for you, me, our children and the populace as a whole.
I doubt that he will prolly just continuing his career into lobbyism.
I have never read any civics course in school that discusses lobbyism and the corrupt nature of DC.
The only thing how we can come close to a society wich has good "social (ist)" attributes is to talk about how to achive a real working democracy combined with education for everyone regardless his money-background and a zero tolerance to coruption or lobbyism.
Blogs are powerful tools; they can represent an advance form of lobbyism, which in turn can be seen as a threat.
They both stressed the desperate need for political reform and a change in politics as usual, and an end to corporate lobbyism.
Meanwhile all (some of?) the American voters meet at prestigious parties in Washington (lobbyism) to make sure they belong to the boom in War/Oil/Drugs, eg Iran/Contra, Nugan Hand, etc
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