Obama touches all the hot button
words like the "nuclear option," "strict constructionists," and the like but never really says anything deep or brave or new other than to remind us that the hot buttons
are really hot.
Instead, he calls his supervisor on the IP phone with the touch of a hot button
ONCE THERE, SELECT THE AMMOHELP ON THE WEB HOT BUTTON
AND FILL OUT THE FORM.
On retail sales, the hot button
for many residents, Jeffra emphasizes patience: Antelope Valley Mall is getting exhausted and that retail will start moving north toward Lancaster.
But while Bernanke insists that the government can print new money "at essentially no cost," Crudele supplies the historical context that the Fed governor artfully avoided: "The printing press image is a hot button
with economists because that's exactly what the Germans did in the 1920s when that country was faced with huge budget deficits because of World War I.
In Unfinished Business, Malveaux and Perry attempt to duke it out over 10 hot button
issues for women.
Once the consumer hot button
has been pressed for whatever reason, the red alert is supremely difficult to turn off.
But as the political season heats up, Clinton also has pushed this hot button
If there is a hot button
issue, using NFBS is an opportunity to get that message out quickly and affordably to a wide audience, which includes ag consumers.
She's added an area (of a lot of development) where the issue (of slow growth) is a hot button
She says a hot button
is more than just a need in agriculture today.
Everybody's got a different hot button
,'' he said at the edge of the on-campus practice field.