In the political pantheon of all things Over the Line, this deserves a fast track to somewhere near the top.
Some are members of Congress on the fast track, others are on the ballot looking to make their marks.
Then it would likely be fast track to presidential candidate.
In the 1970s, Bergoglio was on a fast track in the church hierarchy.
After blazing into the House in 1980 (he was named Best Freshman Member of his class), he hit the fast track for leadership.
With that math, the amount already accomplished shows Occupy SMS on a fast track to becoming a major player in the relief effort.
The Atlantic recently reported that female pubic hair is on the fast track to extinction.
Here are 15 ways to gauge whether your marriage is for the long haul—or on the fast track to Splitsville.
There wasn't any use of anyone telling us to go slow, this wasn't any fast track.
: its glittery fast-lane image/ New York's fast-track, high-yield high culture
A pace and quality of life emphasizing quick success against strong competition, along with the trappings of wealth and style: amazing woman, lives on a fast lane/ Jean Piaget started academic life on a fast track/ certainly influenced the 1960s expression ''life in the fast lane''
[1960s+; fr the left-hand or fast lane of a superhighway, which slower drivers enter at their risk, and a horse-racing track in good, dry condition]