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Between an economy that works for everyone or only those at the top, between strong, steady leadership or a loose cannon who could put everything at risk.
Ken admitted: "Tyson's a loose cannon and I think the problem is he's got no-one in PR to guide him.
On the pitch he's a great player that every coach would want in his team, but off it he's a loose cannon.
Inevitably critics will dismiss Ms Short as a loose cannon with her own agenda.
He (Blatter) is a bit of a loose cannon, He's an embarrassment to FIFA.
Mcllvaine told the Philadelphia Inquirer, "He's such a loose cannon.
So what if Odalis Perez is something of a loose cannon who tends to alienate a teammate every time he opens his mouth or cranks up the volume on the clubhouse stereo system?
The Speaker of the House viewed him as something of a loose cannon, but also as someone who could be useful if he could be held in check.
Though a very sweet dog, a spotty discipline regimen has turned Sid into a bit of a loose cannon in the behavior department.
John to me is known as a loose cannon, something I was like all my life,' he said.
A loose cannon who delights in attacking environmentalists in coarse language, the oil state congressman is a prime House author of "takings" legislation designed to protect property owners from the enforcement of environmental laws.
Hussein was a loose cannon, but he was considered a loose cannon that could be brought under control with cautious diplomacy and economic blandishments.
If Mundie's remark was just the mental equivalent of a loose cannon on the deck of the Microsoft ship of state, we could suggest pushing the cannon overboard.
I am really sick of people who, out of ignorance or stupidity or fear, criticize Larry for being a loose cannon.