- v. present participle of ram.
“Tell them how great Obama is, and what a great job he and Pelosi did in ramming this legislation through and down our throats.”
“Amnesty is one of the few issues that the power elite will never succeed in ramming thru.”
“I can’t imagine a better time to begin ramming through recess appointments and flexing the Unitary Executive muscle.”
““I certainly was abhorrent of the idea of ramming this piece of legislation through by that mechanism.””
“Which is so almost ramming, which is so almost what went on here.”
“You ` ve got airlines and travel industry lobbyists who are so smitten with the idea of ramming as many foreign tourists into the country as possible despite knowing that we have no way of tracking these people to make sure they go back when they ` re supposed to go back.”
“Callines leapt, his blunt sword ramming into the man's groin, and the warrior fell to the earth with a groan.”
“Annoyingly, the Critical Care was at the bottom of this mug, requiring a little bit of inginuity from Irwin here - namely ramming his paw in and jiggling about a bit.”
“The state listened and looked into two techniques: pipe-jacking, or using brute force to push the culverts into place under the road, and pipe-ramming, which is essentially a sideways pile driver.”
“And this guy Fristy, the genius Doctor who incorrectly diagnosed Schiavo for America (even though he never saw her in person and is not a neurologist) has made, of all things, legislation to ban Internet gambling one of his top three priorities this session (he has been frantically trying to attach it to other legislation since he is having trouble getting it to the floor because the idea of ramming this home in the midst of far greater crises facing our Nation is so dumb).”
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