- adj. Adjectival form of phrase my way or the highway.
“In each of these instances -- in order to pursue their my-way-or-the-highway brand of governing -- Republicans were forced to rig the rules of the House and completely stifle any chance for bipartisan collaboration that would serve the American people.”
“Before the Twin Towers fell, many New Yorkers had grown weary of the flashes of public anger from the soon-to-be ex-mayor and what critics called Mr. Giuliani's my-way-or-the-highway style of leadership.”
“But he said the administration's my-way-or-the-highway attitude on proposed changes to pensions and civil service during the past 8 ½ months have fostered ill will, complicating hopes of brokering a deal to help the city budget.”
“ALPA claimed that if the pilots hadn't accepted the my-way-or-the-highway stance of APA the entire merger would have gone down the drain.”
“But, like him or not and I would personally prefer not to work for Mr. Piëch, reputation, market share, profitability and shareholder value all increased dramatically under the my-way-or-the-highway style of the good doctor.”
“The right approach to building the broadest possible base of support for Israel (and to make the strongest case for it) is to step back from the combative my-way-or-the-highway approach that can characterize such discussions and to accept that there are legitimate disagreements on policy and strategy across a broad spectrum of political views in the community of Israel supporters.”
“Separation of church and state is a key component to ensuring that America never becomes a "my-way-or-the-highway" society.”
“I see it more from Hillary supporters who seem to feel it is an affront to women if she is not allowed to manipulate the system, but there are those (possibly myself included) who would strongly consider not voting for her due to her my-way-or-the-highway attitude and relentless pursuit of things by any means possible including lies and moving goalposts.”
“Rahm was often the one—in the Clinton White House, the House of Representatives, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, and now the Obama White House—who made things happen, not with my-way-or-the-highway commands but with a relentless demand for action before his attention turned elsewhere.”
“Coming from this kind of intolerant, my-way-or-the-highway perspective makes every other atheist look like an arrogant jerk.”
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