right on schedule, really.
We are watching with increased concern the spiral of violence as a result of what appear to be deliberate Serb decisions to move ahead toward a military solution.
As president, I would support giving gays and lesbians the legal rights that married couples get.
all of the operational assets that he requires in terms of extra assets to prosecute the air campaign with maximum effect.
It's essential to have boots and eyes on the ground.
It was a pilot flying somewhere in the area that day who saw something I thought was incredibly powerful as he described it. I saw the whole video tape and we had a picture of the pilot he was pointing it out on the map. I did not want to release it because we had not finished the investigation.
We have decided we are going to end this phase of the journey even more full of hope and even more committed to building a better America.
We're in there without a strategy to win, and without a strategy to exit properly, and now the president's asked for $87 billion to prosecute it.
He should be fired. When someone makes comments like that, that are so obviously racially prejudiced. We don't tolerate that in modern American society. We certainly didn't tolerate it in the U.S. Army and we don't tolerate it here. It's wrong.
[On April 12, 1999, missiles blasted apart a passenger train in southern Serbia, killing at least 10 people and wounding sixteen. NATO acknowledged it had targeted a rail bridge considered an important military supply line. But there was a train on the bridge at the time of the attack.] We certainly don't want to do collateral damage, ... The mission was to take out the bridge. He realized when it had happened that he had not hit the bridge, that what he hit was the train.