irrational hostility

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extreme prejudice

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Encouragingly, his criticisms of Obama lack the ferocious, irrational hostility that marks out Republican ideologues; and his views do not extend to the dogmatic and unreasoning faith, expressed by the Tea Party faction, in the power of tax cuts rejuvenate the economy.
Unfortunately, practical and rhetorical actions by the PBM community have increasingly ignored, and treated with irrational hostility, the vital importance of the patient-pharmacist relationship," the groups stated.
Finally, there seems to be an almost irrational hostility toward belief on the part of unbelievers.
He talks about the depression engendered by a static situation and the irrational hostility toward his wife: "I didn't kill her.
More puzzling, remembering how kind the Socialists in their earlier incarnation were to the stock market, is the irrational hostility of the Bourse and of French big business in general.