Instead, the lobbyist insisted, “My experience is that Congress tends to run roughshod over constitutionality.”
A sexy “lobbyist” named Destiny, who Nicholson uses to seduce politicians on Capitol Hill, attempts to bed Senator Tanner.
Jack Burkman is a Washington lobbyist who announced via his PR firm on Monday that he would “block gays from the NFL.”
lobbyist Lloyd Hand, a former aide to Lyndon Johnson, flitted from conversation to conversation.
Her candidacy was necessary, she said, because Washington is awash in lobbyist cash and ruled by the “status quo.”
The lobbyist revived the subject of politics, the publican went after hot water for a punch, and the eavesdroppers slipped away.
It was the haunt of the concession-monger; of the lobbyist; of the men who wanted something.
He says that a lawyer should keep to his profession, and not become a lobbyist in the interest of his clients.
It pleases Mrs. Taine to be, in the world of art, a lobbyist.
It could not be that she would descend to the plane of a lobbyist!
[A] strong lobbyist will permit himself to lose heavily at the poker-table, under the assumption that the great Congressman who wins the stake will look leniently upon the little appropriation he means to ask for. [George A. Townsend, "Events at the National Capital and the Campaign of 1876," Hartford, Conn., 1876]