Since there is little chance of convergence given the obstructionist
politics in the second state, the contested state is unlikely to do much to try to reduce regulatory barriers.
Paige later apologized for "an inappropriate choice of words" but still maintained that the NEA used "obstructionist
scare tactics" in opposing the law.
The New York Times featured his obituary on page one, summing up an extraordinarily dazzling and diverse career: successful magazine writer and editor; celebrated popularizer of Christian ideas; advertising trailblazer; public relations guru to presidents Calvin Coolidge and Herbert Hoover; Republican congressman from Manhattan's "silk-stocking" district; and, not least, rhetorical whipping boy of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, whose jibes at the obstructionist
lawmakers "Martin, Barton, and Fish" felicitously tripped off of the tongues of Democrats in the homestretch of the 1940 presidential campaign.
Detractors say that process allows every obstructionist
to have undue influence over the allowance of the final permit, to the point where those willing to invest in recycling Facilities are not because of the uncertainty of the permitting process.
"Judges are becoming more willing to dismiss jurors when they are obstructionist
or refusing to deliberate," Graham said.
However, while Conoy solicitor Mike Hohenadel said the township's decision not to release the study was based on report author ENSR International's need to obtain additional information from Penn-Mar and denied any "obstructionist
" motives, the newspaper said those opposed to the township's decision, such as Conoy businesswoman Judy Nissley, stressed that the local residents "have a right to see whatever document is presented."
Most stars have obstructionist
managers and other hangers-on to protect them from the world.
Sobel presents the demands of the Board of Longitude to test and replicate the chronometer as the obstructionist
machinations of an academic elite.
It was an inappropriate choice of words to describe the obstructionist
scare tactics the NEA's Washington lobbyists have employed against No Child Left Behind's historic education reforms.
But the 20-member native council is also being criticized, by both natives and non-natives, for acting in what is seen as a high-handed and obstructionist
manner and criticizing the one man, Archbishop Peers, who has led the journey toward healing between the church and indigenous Anglicans.
Furthermore, one should avoid depicting those who doubt such threats as stubborn, obstructionist
tools of industry.
Calling Daschle "one of the main obstructions we have in Washington right now," Lessner said "we are going to make him feel some pain and pay a price for his obstructionist