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- n. One who exercises the power to refuse approval.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who vetoes.
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Do you like the idea of more job out-sourcing, a high unemployment rate, more years of war, no help for veterans to get an education, losing your home, a situation where nothing gets done in Congress because the Democrats will be the majority and McCain will be the vetoer, to name a few? susie
For his part, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, pro-gay rights throughout his career but a two-time vetoer of gay marriage legislation (citing the anti-gay marriage initiative which passed earlier in the decade), came out against Prop 8.
"I believe the UN Security Council doesn't allow vetos of measures to which the would-be vetoer is a part."
I believe the UN Security Council doesn't allow vetos of measures to which the would-be vetoer is a part.
If a vetoed choice is re-rolled, the veto cannot be reapplied by a previous vetoer, though another can apply the same veto.
Over the next day, I spent a fair amount of time chatting with Governor Johnson: mountain-climber, triathlete, vetoer of 750 bills.
Our only difference of opinion, mine and the rag-vetoer, was over the boots.
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