- n. Plural form of policy.
“First of all returning to Ed's question about the term policies, Rich, well I understand that there was a fire sale.”
“While these are some short term policies that can help our country now, to avoid continued high unemployment, we also need long term policies that will get our companies hiring again.”
“Democrats on the committee blasted McDonald ' s for offering what they called policies that give workers a false sense of protection from expensive illnesses.”
“DOBBS: Well, if these are what you call policies, I mean then we're in real trouble, because this -- there are no details on any of this.”
“Rising to the occasion of his last presidential visit to Israel, Bush attacked Obama for offering what he described as policies that would lead to the deaths of Israelis and the destruction of the state of Israel through the appeasement of terrorists.”
“Now I know the truth, and the truth of our leaders and their policies is an ugly thing.”
“Those embarrassing questions will, in turn, show his hypocrisy in repeatedly using the 9/11 attacks to justify every questionable policy of his administration, including his mismanagement of the national budget, while attempting to insinuate that anyone who questions his policies is therefore unpatriotic.”
“They are all fighting against what they call the policies of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, what they call capitalism, global capitalism.”
“Americans have changed a lot from nation building era of 1960 to short term policies where an American President lies blatantly that rouge CIA contractor agent Raymond Davis is a diplomat, it's good he is kicking his own people in America.”
“Some term policies also have 'add-ons', such as critical illness cover, which pays if you suffer from a life-threatening medical condition.”
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