There's a lot resting on this.
The humanity of our country is at stake if it is truly against the law to transport someone for emergency medical purpose. What's happened to `Give me your tired and your poor?'.
Actually the prospect of going into debt is just enough to discourage some people from applying to college.
Just making it available isn't enough. There are perceptions that some students have that they can't succeed at our institutions.
I'm not really sure if I'm feeling really, really good or really, really bad, so we'll see.
They talk of massacres. They talk of brutality. They talk of all sorts of crimes that have been committed against them.
These people won't go back without troops. I won't go back.
I am optimistic that all the parties will show up. I think they would hesitate before trying the (NATO) mandate.
This mission that came in here unarmed, to try and bring about the stability, the time that was necessary for the negotiation process to take place in France, has obviously not brought about the results that were intended, and it's probably time for other methods to be tried.
They certainly want protection when they go back, but they want to go back.
It's a public safety issue.
They approached citizens as they walked or drove by, asking for money and saying it would go to charity.
All bona fide charities have one.