Normally, each party tries to point the finger at
the other over budgetary impasses, but the president complicated that strategy for Republicans during an extraordinary December 11 White House meeting with Speaker-designate Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.).
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Vaughan said that he hates it when captains point the finger at
players, which is one of the things that he wants changed in the game, adding that Clarke has done the same on a number of occasions and needs to stop it.
It is dumb to point the finger at
the government and generalise.
But both the Czechs and Scotland need the points to qualify so we have to take both games seriously so nobody can point the finger at
SORRY to point the finger at
my own trade, but no soldier's life should be lost defending journalists on war's front line.
Holt wasted a golden chance to claim all three points against More cambe, but skipper Coughlan refused to point the finger at
their 26-goal striker.
ALL five suspects in Clare's attempted murder - Calvin, Louise, Max, OB and Warren - are released without charge, but then the devious schemer wakes from her coma and is quick to point the finger at
"England have some great headers of the ball, so why not ask them to man mark and point the finger at
anyone who lets their man score?"
But he did point the finger at
the official for "making a lot of mistakes the other way," culminating in denying Arjen Robben a clear-cut spot-kick in the closing minutes after he was fouled.
Because you keep referring to the "womenpriests" group, you point the finger at
In the days of hanging, I suspect if this was the case then no-one would have gone to the gallows because there would always have been a ready syndrome to point the finger at
And, upon arriving at his new club, he was quick to point the finger at
his previous employers, vowing to help Atletico revive their glory days.
These two deserve each other: But as my mother used to say, When you point the finger at
someone, there are three pointing back at you.
Let me point the finger at
these six companies, though, as taking a laudable step forward in consideration of the customer.
* Twice as many people blame retailers for sweatshops compared to four years ago, but a growing majority still point the finger at
manufacturers, according to a Marymount University poll released in January.