Power play.Perhaps it's because they were in power for eons--actually, closer to forever than mere eons--New Hampshire Republicans may-have developed a case of clinical narcissism narcissism (närsĭs`ĭzəm), Freudian term, drawn from the Greek myth of Narcissus, indicating an exclusive self-absorption. In psychoanalysis, narcissism is considered a normal stage in the development of children. .
That could just about be the only explanation for the growing assumption among GOP'ers in the Legislature, leaders and back-benchers, that the Democratic majority is a mere two-year aberration.
In fact, more than one Republican lawmaker has been heard to utter To publish or offer; to send into circulation.
The term utter is frequently used in reference to Commercial Paper. To utter and publish an instrument is to declare, either directly or indirectly through words or action, that it is good. that they're going to have a lot on their plate when they return to power in '09. And it's not too far-fetched to think that somewhere there's a list being assembled of legislation that the GOP is planning to reverse when and if they retake re·take
tr.v. re·took , re·tak·en , re·tak·ing, re·takes
1. To take back or again.
2. To recapture.
3. To photograph, film, or record again.
1. the reins reins
The kidneys, loins, or lower back. .