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“One of the most common methods used was to require employees to sign what became known as "yellow-dog contracts".”
“To everyone but lawyers and yellow-dog Democrats, that argument will translate to, “They broke their promise and are still quibbling about it.””
“I am a yellow-dog Democrat so fed up with the status quo that I would consider voting for Lou.”
“Some of my yellow-dog Democrat friends won't like it, but, yeah, I will vote for Rick," said former cadet corps classmate Kirk Hawkins, now a lawyer in San Angelo.”
“In 1908, the Supreme Court gave its seal of approval to yellow-dog contracts, citing the need to protect the "liberty of contract" no matter how wildly imbalanced the power of the two negotiating parties.”
“My paternal grandmother was a yellow-dog Democrat and her husband was a die-hard Republican, and by golly if the family isn't split right about down the middle today.”
“I have been a lifelong yellow-dog Democrat, upset with the way the Republicans have run the country.”
“To everyone but lawyers and yellow-dog Democrats, that argument will translate to, “They broke their promise and are still quibbling about it.”markmQuote”
“A female I know is a scolding nag and also a yellow-dog Democrat.”
“Despite what the pundits say about how she has the female vote, she has big problems, because I am a yellow-dog democrat and I want to be heard in this party, and not to be taken for granted!”
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