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“But a side effect of the procedure is thathis heart’s no longer in thejob.”
“Which is why the only reason to select people for the military is ability to do thejob.”
“Not anti Semitic to ask for something more — written opionions, a track record of legal work, a solid Constitutional method of interpretation, hopefully already experienced on thejob.”
“I imagine the second parent here (the Republicans) insisting that prayer is going to do thejob.”
“Stephen Lathrop: Any time Harvard needs a tenure track applicant, there is probably going to be a Black PhD who can do research, write and lecture, ready to take thejob.”
“To be fair, the first and third dislike appeared to come after Bork did not get thejob.”
“I imagine the second parent here the Republicans insisting that prayer is going to do thejob.”
“Gus had given Carole thejob of settling their unexpected visitor into the quarters.”
“EPA had been advising TVAand state authorities on disaster response butdecided to exertfederal authority to ensurethat the cleanup will "get thejob done for the people in Roane County and downriver communities," according to the agency's statement.”
“Are you going to openly endorse sleeping with a US Senator as a valid “career path” in Federal law enforcement, one that should be allowed to trump more “traditional” career paths such as, oh, possibly being qualified by experience and training for thejob?”
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