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- n. Informal A member of a staff: White House staffers.
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- n. A member of a staff.
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- n. an employee who is a member of a staff of workers (especially a member of the staff that works for the President of the United States)
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And the key for the McCain staffer is that right-wingers want to be seen as playing the insult game as a way to establish or reinforce their conservative bonafides.
Not to mention he must not be paying his staffer enough to be in the "middle-class" if this staffer is a regular shopper at Wal-Mart.
A McCain staffer is a lobbyest who pushed for de-regulation of the industry WHICH DIRECTLY CONTRIBUTED TO THE CURRENT MORTGAGE CRISIS!
For example, when a key staffer is dismissed for pretending to be public servant with fake credentials, its a requirement to metaphorically flog the offender - not kiss him goodbye - as a sign of respect to the civic employees who actually take the public trust seriously.
That staffer is no longer employed by the city, according to a source in the chief financial officer's office who spoke on the condition of anonymity because personnel actions are confidential.
The only skill I learned as a journal staffer is how to best avoid being assigned long, tedious assignments.
And on Monday, West could be heard at a rally urging some bikers -- also with Outlaw connections -- to "escort" out a Klein staffer who was video recording the event.
And on Monday, West could be heard at a rally urging some bikers - also with Outlaw connections -- to "escort" out a Klein staffer who was video recording the event.
One thing that could be preventing Brown from firing the offending staffer is a personal relationship.
Rouse, a longtime former Senate staffer, is a popular choice among the White House staff.