- n. Plural form of objection.
“The main objections to the individual mandate were well summarized by Ramesh Ponnuru back when Mitt Romney first floated the idea in Massachusetts:”
“Over objections from the White House, outside groups like the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, MoveOn, and the Health Care for America Now coalition -- which is spending $35 million this year -- have been running hard-hitting ads that target foot-dragging congressmen.”
“My point is, the potential negative impact on (sales tax dependent) state finances is often given as one of the main objections to a national VAT.”
“To answer that question, I first need to answer a few built-in objections:”
“In late 2008 the then-head of the FDA's device division approved Menaflex over repeated objections from a team of FDA scientists and their manager.”
“I helped push Unmanned Ariel Vehicles (UAVs) through earmarks in appropriations bills in the mid-1980s, over objections from the Pentagon.”
“When I served in Congress, I earmarked money for missile defense on several occasions in the 1980s despite objections from the Democratic majority and, in the 1990s, from the Clinton administration.”
“People familiar with the case said defense lawyers approached the government recently with a counteroffer addressing Mr. Khadr 's main objections: having to spend five more years at Guantanamo and admit to throwing the grenade in a 2002 firefight that killed Sgt. First Class Christopher Speer.”
“The Aurora City Council voted 11-1 on Tuesday to spend (waste) further funds on legal fees that are an estimated $30,000 for the controversy surrounding the Aurora Township Democrats Caucus that resulted in objections, court case and re-vote.”
“Well, I have two main objections to your argument.”
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