It's a tremendous loss for our nation.
President Bush and Mrs. Bush are deeply saddened by the news. It's a tremendous loss for our nation.
The decision isn't one looking back at past performance or judgment. It was one looking forward. Josh is re-energizing and rebuilding his staff for the next thousand days.
We want fresh thinking, to charge the batteries, and passionate participation. There is a lot of value added in Tony coming on board and helping us internally with his own views and ideas. It fits into the mold.
We want fresh thinking, to charge the batteries, and passionate participation.
As the birthplace of Gen. George Armstrong Custer, we are curious if this will be Al Gore's last stand as well.
We are disappointed with the judge's ruling and believe it does not represent a fair or accurate portrayal of Texas' efforts to provide health care to children on Medicaid.
We hope Al Gore uses this opportunity to explain why during his term, teen drug use in America nearly doubled, the number of drug treatment beds in federal prisons were cut by over one-third, the office of National Drug Control Policy was cut by 83 percent and federal gun prosecutions have decreased by 46 percent.
President Bush and Mrs. Bush are saddened by the news. It's a tremendous loss for our nation.
He understands that emotions are running high, that people are tired, people are angry and frustrated, particularly in the region. But at the end of the day, we've got to focus on improving the situation, saving lives and getting the recovery situation underway. The politics will be what they are. We will deal with it, but what the public wants more than anything else is to focus on the task at hand.
Emotions are running high. People are tired. If we focused more of our attention on decisions that have already been made, rather than on those before us, there's potential for making far greater mistakes. ... We really don't have time to play the political game right now.
There were shortcomings. There were breakdowns in communication, things that we shouldn't be tolerating in our country in a post-9/11 world, and President Bush takes responsibility and accountability for that.
Despite all of these grievances -- despite all of these fundamental concerns about the actions our country has taken -- it's only now, in the course of this campaign, that Dick Clarke decides to talk in the form of this book.
What the public wants is back-to-basics governance and decision-making. This is not a situation in which it changes overnight or that there's a 'Hail Mary' pass that changes the dynamic. . . . There's not a magic bullet.
He's given momentum to an important part of the president's agenda. We see steady momentum building in his favor.