It was Nixon's posthumous rehabilitation - his final metamorphosis into still another "new Nixon," the last of the dozen or so transmogrifications he had foisted
off on the gullible news media and a susceptible public over the years.
From the monthly meeting of the Little Sisters Aid Society for Underprivileged Leprechauns, to the MCXXVII Annual Symposium on Technopeasants, to state dinners, speakers -- already coerced into talking to audiences who'd rather be somewhere else -- tremble in high anxiety waiting to see what new mementos will be foisted
The consolidation of insurers with overwhelming market share has enabled their exploitive business practices which have been foisted
upon consumers and providers.
She added: "We are bitterly disappointed at the same 'take it or leave it' manner and approach that was foisted
on our parents when we were 12-year-old children, and has been foisted
twice now in this last year by Minister Harney.
Residents will no longer be required to back the schemes in referenda so that these new "jobs for the boys" - or the most corrupt occupation in USA - can be foisted
on voters without a single mandate being achieved.
If we don't face our demons now, we're likely to have to deal with them at a more inconvenient time with a plan that has been foisted
Tinsley has a right to say and believe anything he wishes, but to have his, in my opinion, anti-American opinions foisted
on unsuspecting readers of the comics is unconscionable.
Bigger is not always better and ( coupled with the Government's desire to make it easier for wind farms and nuclear power stations to be foisted
on people "in the national interest" ( one can see trouble ahead.
The family unit, and Canada as a whole, can ill afford to squander what may be the last opportunity to overturn the same-sex "marriage" travesty foisted
on this nation by the former Liberal government and its accomplices in the homosexual and left-liberal communities.
I RECENTLY tried to get my children to stop being subjected to the religious education foisted
on them in school.
The results were not quite as advertised by the free market priesthood who foisted
the North American Free Trade Agreement on a skeptical public during the Clinton watch.
How would they vote on the new identity cards being foisted
We have had a prince foisted
on us for many years, the last one being of German-English origin,not forgetting Scottish blood.
You may say I'm burying my head in the sand, but that's better than burying it in that putrid lifestyle that is being foisted
upon us all.
Coalition founder Pat Robertson described church-state separation as "a lie" and "a distortion foisted
on us over the past few years by left-wingers.