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do-gooder

(ˈdugʊdɚ)
n. a person who is always trying to help others. (Often derogatory.) I don’t consider myself a do-gooder, but I try to help people.
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Basically, the do-gooders do not want the electorate to have any voice in anything to do with the judiciary, leaving the selection of that branch of government to the sole discretion of the "enlightened" lawyer class.
Politicians and the do-gooders who advocate immigration and charitable help to those abroad of course do not do without; they already have all they need.
Orvis reminds potential do-gooders char some ISPs charge their users for each piece of mail they receive.
We became involved with this company because its state-of-the-art technology is applied to the reality of the hospital environment, free from posturing politicos and demagogic do-gooders.
It all came to an end in the early '50s when out of the woodwork came the do-gooders, human rights, the no win, no fee brigade and parents who think their kids are little angels who can do no wrong.
Price we paid bowing to the do-gooders I REFER to your article in the Post last Saturday "A55 was built non the cheap.
There are too many do-gooders in this world and that is why these horrible things are happening, and I would go as far as saying bring back corporal punishment for all the really bad crimes today.
Whenever the topic arises about bringing back hanging the do-gooders always bring up about the past miscarriages of justice regarding hanging.
I'd like to say a word for the do-gooders - why do they receive such a bad press?
It is time these so-called experts and do-gooders turned their attention to the food chain.
There is a solution to this, although the do-gooders would strongly disagree and it most certainly would never be allowed to happen.
Do-gooders like Barbara Dunn think that we can just keep filling the global begging bowl, but all we are doing is feeding the problem.
NORTHERN Ireland's radio phone-ins, ranters, ravers, do-gooders and Proms in the Park intellectuals can rest easy.
It is time do-gooders stopped pedalling pointless drivel and accepted that as long as there are terrorists and aggressors, then war will be necessary.
As one of the generation who fought against Nazi Germany to retain this privilege, I find it truly alarming to see it being taken away by do-gooders and bigots in our own country.