They should be taken for what they are: the public school system's party line
, not valid empirical research.
They had previously agreed to support the party line
and back the plan but their change of heart enabled Labour to get a decision put off until next month when public consultation on local government re-organisation will have been completed.
And yesterday they were unrepentant over breaking the party line
Various groups continue exploring ways of extending and, in effect, institutionalizing the international scientific party line
The intention of the Chinese program was to stifle dissent by first defining it as deviant and causing overwhelming feelings of guilt in the subject, followed by psychological conditioning that rewarded newfound devotion to the party line
Harris' work may toe a certain party line
(the interrogation of identity, the deconstruction of gender, class, and ethnicity, etc.
Or be prepared to wait in the tailgate party line
to go standby.
But NAFTA wasn't a party line
vote among Hispanics.
After three hours of objection from 35 residents and local councillors in relation to traffic, drainage, flooding, mining, safety, junction alterations, lack of local services and the departure from the Unitary Development Plan, the committee saw fit to recommend approval by voting purely on party lines
with at least one councillor being coerced into following the party line
despite indicating an intention to reject during discussion.
The study found that House Republicans voted with their party an average of 88 percent, while House Democrats voted the party line
The party line
, then and now, is that these so-called free trade agreements will create jobs and prosperity by eliminating trade barriers and opening up markets.
Becauseboth parties wished their MPs to vote for the party line