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“Associated Press House Republican Leader John Boehner Mr. Boehner also proposed to break spending bills into smaller bills for each federal agency or function rather than piling education with health care, for example, into a giant log-rolling exercise.”
“Nepotism, log-rolling and use of the casting couch is rife.”
“Investment skyrocketed and London surged back to world financial leadership as Thatcher broke up the little log-rolling, back-scratching association of accepting houses merchant banks at the feet of the governor of the Bank of England.”
“And I think the other meaning is people who are the products of clandestine networks, you know, people who go to Ivy League Schools, people who are the products of extremes of influence, of log-rolling.”
“I am thinking either log-rolling, or pairs bungee jumping if we are sticking with the whole "escaping the jaws of death" motif.”
“In other words, just the usual horse-trading, log-rolling and back-scratching.”
“Hawley, presided over what was an unbridled frenzy of log-rolling, with Members jockeying to insure the maximum protection for their constituent producers.”
“Stay tuned for the log-rolling between now and April 1.”
“The current likely financial regulatory efforts have an almost random nature to them as the legislative log-rolling is collecting unrelated and sometimes inconsistent ideas that eventually will be called, I assume, the Frank/Dodd Comprehensive and Rationalized National Financial Redemption Act of 2009.”
“As regards log-rolling to get votes in the legislature, I've never been against it.”
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