This is a problem,'' adding, "I'm not interested in photo-ops
More than 40 photo-op
events are being held at babyGap and GapKids stores across the nation.
visited the Kansas City, Mo, Harley factory during the campaign, where staffers tried unsuccessfully to prevent a Michael Dukakis-riding-in-a-tank-style photo-op
with the diminutive Democrat astride a chopper.
It goes beyond the photo-op
and crystal statuette that you and your caregiver will share at our reception.
only with the "New Englanders of the Year" award
The lack of a public warning on the flyover prompted outrage from both Bloomberg and President Obama, who both said they were unaware of the photo-op
While some or all of these may be contributing to global warming, the problem could be ameliorated, if not solved, by eliminating the hot air issuing forth daily from Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's office, or from wherever else in the known universe he travels for a press conference or a photo-op
Clinton, Janet Reno, and other Clinton flunkies made numerous photo-op
trips to the border, posed with Border Patrol agents, and blathered about security.
They were waiting for him on the castle road with torches and pitchforks and burning bags of musk ox manure, but Bush spoiled the photo-op
by sending Colin Powell to the United Nations World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg.
If the politics of poverty is ever to become more than a photo-op
, it must become the stuff of broad coalitions for reform of our corporate political economy.
Bob Dole has had Howard in for a chat, and President Clinton got Howard to accompany him to a photo-op
on cutting government red tape.
The program, which was unveiled with a splashy photo-op
at a New York youth center, where the Bushes touchingly cradled babies and related to a once-stabbed teenager, was trumpeted with glowing reports on all three networks.
29 (ANI): A furious President Barack Obama has ordered an internal investigation into a photo-op
featuring the presidential jet that sent thousands of New Yorkers running for their lives.
In the morning at the nearby Renaissance Hotel, a backstage hair-and-makeup photo-op
found the models, in silk fuchsia robes, being gang-primped and plucked by beauty-industry professionals before mirrors that read VERY SEXY.
THE NEW AMERICAN published those words in our June 30, 2003 issue, just weeks after President Bush's campaign advertisement photo-op
visit to the USS Abraham Lincoln--the event at which he delivered a triumphal address in front of a huge banner declaring, "Mission Accomplished.