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Synonyms for bush-league

not of the highest quality or sophistication


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By cold I don't mean a bush-league chill that hot coffee will cure.
Arizona Republicans now find themselves in what has become a familiar position for GOP sympathizers: they must choose between a chest-thumping, Bush-league conservative or a Republican they cannot trust.
Upon this rickety framework, helmer Tom Brady (the director, not the NFL quarterback) and a bush-league team of scriptwriters pile jokey references to "Rudy," "Remember the Titans," "Miracle," "Friday Night Lights," "Stick It" (the coach's oversexed daughter, played by Brooke Nevin, is a limber gymnast), "Radio," "Rocky," "Invincible," "Varsity Blues" and on and on and on.
Separatism is no longer a fringe movement in Northern Ontario, when Toronto can boast its own bush-league separatist "Province of Toronto" movement that if ultimately successful, would turn the morning commute from Oakville into inter-provincial migration.
Despite the recent agreement between NHL owners and players, the NHL is still on life support, with its idiotic rules, preposterous equipment regulations, anemic TV audience and bush-league image.
This is one of the more frightening aspects of today's Bush-league White House: its sheer gall and arrogance.
But Sarasotans decided not to let the bush-league politicians further wound our children's education.
And we will use our voices as loudly as ever in the next four years to oppose the reactionary moves of the Bush-League Presidency.
(The Bush-league spin that manual recounts are less accurate than Ouija boards was demolished by computer scientists and voting-machine experts, who maintain that well-managed hand counts are without question more accurate than machine feeds.)