He was egotistical even as a child, it is noted, infatuated with the sight of his name on a rubber stamp and later as a byline.
By any measure, the court is simply a rubber stamp for the executive branch.
“I have never been a rubber stamp for any party, any party leadership, or any president,” Barrow said at a campaign stop.
But the rubber stamp that he began carrying after all his good fortune was surely with him.
Ad after ad I saw described Hagan as a “rubber stamp,” almost zombie-esque follower of Obama.
The name of variety and our trade-mark is put on the barrel with stencil or rubber stamp.
I found that it worked as well, not to say better, than a rubber stamp.
Later we got a rubber stamp, and printed the directions for use on each; but we had no time for that then.
We've got a rubber stamp in the office for just such emergencies.
This is cheaply done with a rubber stamp and violet or red ink pad.