But the bigger threat for the White House may be the slippery slope of allowing federal waivers.
But she calls sharing information with law enforcement a “slippery slope.”
Nunn also knows the slippery slope that is mental-health care in the military.
Here, it looks like Hirschman actually does have the “slippery slope” argument covered, in his category of “jeopardy.”
Historically, conservatives treated the minimum wage as an affront to free labor and a step on a slippery slope towards statism.
But fear made him draw back the hand and to stick himself again, trembling and sweating, to the slippery slope.
He had been a very draught-horse, straining at a load which would not move—straining at it on a slippery slope.
Slade threw up his arms, fell back on their side of the mountain and then slid down the slippery slope.
Some fall to rise no more, but their surviving comrades rush up the slippery slope.
At any rate, the smoke overtook the man in that narrow place as he began to climb the slippery slope of clay.
A disastrous course; irrecoverable commitment: Active euthanasia brings with it many dicey procedural questions, and, ultimately, a slippery slope (1951+)