You may be right, but I haven't seen any evidence that the court is a rubber-stamp
Then, the government rubber-stamps
the company's legal bills.
We were not elected by the people just to be a rubber-stamp
Unlike the Clinton appointments, and the rubber-stamp
bipartisan confirmations of liberal nominees Ruth Bader-Ginsburg and Stephen Breyer, California Sen.
The Jambos were last night expected to rubber-stamp
a new four-year contract for the Finnish international goalkeeper.
Boards have long been accused of existing only to rubber-stamp
the decisions by the incumbent chief executive and preserve his power.
In other words, it has its origin in the SK Chairman having almost no shares himself, and moreover, we believe the problem lies with the board that rubber-stamps
at once, without any resistance, the dividend payout plan that goes against all shareholders' expectations in such absurd manner, acting as a faithful rubber-stamp
device for the Chairman.