So as the reality of a two-state solution slips away, many who oppose it now make it the litmus test for being in the mainstream.
Unmodified by the diversity of interests, they got to vote on their litmus test issue alone.
“They control the nominating process—and every year they add a new ingredient to the litmus test,” Carlson continued.
If he wins, they will say it was because he campaigned as a committed conservative who checked the box on every litmus test.
Maybe he's also thinking, is this vote really, really going to be a litmus test come 2015-16?
But I do object when disliking Les Misérables becomes some sort of litmus test for thinking intelligently about art.
It furthermore suggests a litmus test for true Judaism that has no place in our community, or our discourse.
Clarity of expression is something Mayer prizes so dearly that she uses it as a litmus test when evaluating new ideas.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars organized an Americanization committee that promoted the song as a litmus test of loyalty.
But when did they become the litmus test of competence in office?
litmus test n.
A test for chemical acidity or basicity using litmus paper.