But corker speaks for himself, and recognizes that he is not really going to be party to a deal.
So if people like corker vote for a final vote, so to speak, the thing could actually pass.
corker spoke about his effort in an exclusive interview with The Daily Beast.
But that effort will likely fail due to opposition by all committee Democrats and corker.
The next day, asked if he would apologize, corker said he was “glad that that occurred.”
They are commonly handed warm to the corker, who dips them into a small vessel of wine before making use of them.
Why, Dale, one year we had a quarter-back that was a corker.
Like others, he could have stood corker's rage better than the jokes of his cronies.
That weed was sure a corker for smell as well as smoke, Uncle Jim!
If he felt it—well, the Colonel was a corker; if he didn't feel it—well, the Colonel was just about tuckered out.
1837, slang, something that "settles" a debate, discussion, conflict, etc.; hence "something astonishing" (1880s). Probably an agent noun from cork (v.) on the notion is of putting a cork in a bottle as an act of finality.