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- v. Alternative spelling of rubber stamp.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. approve automatically
- v. stamp with a rubber stamp, usually an indication of official approval on a document
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He and the majority of Republicans should know how to use that "rubberstamp," since they used it a lot during the GW Bush administration.
In a new ad, Blunt goes directly at Carnahan's decision to raise money with President Obama -- describing her as a "rubberstamp" for his agenda and quoting the chief executive saying "it would've already been done if I had Robin Carnahan there."
Personally I'm sick of Rogue Presidencies and want to see whoever gets in the WH next work really closely with Congress -- by which I do not mean "rubberstamp"; I mean "democracy".
When Blacks hear these words from two White male newscasters, the word "rubberstamp" comes racing to mind.
With an incredibly low public approval rating -- lower than the White House -- and congressional GOP members being labelled a "rubberstamp" for the White House agenda, along comes a contract award that everyone can feel comfortable opposing and look good in doing so.
John Cornyn (Texas) described her as a "rubberstamp" for President
His Republican counterpart, Sen. Richard Shelby, also vowed not to "rubberstamp" the proposal.
But, National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman John Cornyn (Texas) described her as a "rubberstamp" for President Barack Obama's agenda.
Pipeline backers offered the Nebraska state government a $100 million bribe if it would agree to rubberstamp the pipeline route.
But backed by Big Oil and other dirty energy interests, Republican Senate leaders have led the charge to block any progress on transitioning our country to a clean energy economy and a new guard is waiting in the wings, ready to rubberstamp Republican leadership's directive to obstruct all efforts to reform our nation's energy policies.
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