El senador John Rockefeller
se pregunto si la Casa Blanca habia "sobrestimado intencionalmente" dichos informes o "tan solo los malinterpreto", pero que en ambos casos "el resultado habia sido muy malo".
Max Baucus, D-Mont., Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, John Rockefeller
IV, R-W.V., James Jeffords, I-Vt.
Edward Kennedy asserts that seniors deserve a drug benefit with "no strings attached." Kennedy and fellow Democratic senators John Rockefeller
of West Virginia and Bob Graham of Florida sent a letter to the president asking him to reconsider his plans.
that he hopes to see the bilateral row resolved as soon as possible ''peacefully, through diplomatic channels.''
Washington, John Rockefeller
, and Henry Clay added to the otherwise presidential group, Olasky challenges the idea that a leader can separate his or her public and private spheres.
Signed by the following Senators: Richard Durbin (D-IL), Mike DeWine (R-OH), Carl Levin (D-MI), Max Cleland (D-GA), Herb Kohl (D-WI), Robert Kerrey (D-NE), Robert Torricelli (D-NJ), Jeff Bingaman (D-MN), Bob Graham (D-FL), Joseph Lieberman (D-CT), John Kerry (D-MA), Ron Wyden (D-OR), Timothy Johnson (D-SD), Edward Kennedy (D-MA), Blanche Lincoln (D-AR), Byron Dorgan (D-ND), Mary Landrieu (D-LA), Daniel Inouye (D-HI), Charles Schumer (D-NY) and John Rockefeller
IV of West Virginia and Congressman Amo Houghton of New York, said the two countries should try to work out an agreement by the year 2010.
Could Bill Gates be another John Rockefeller
? Does he have a stranglehold on computers and their operating systems?
Democratic Senator Mr John Rockefeller
agreed that the experience of the Gulf War suggested the Pentagon is not capable of dealing with possible troop exposure to unconventional weapons - on the battlefield or in medical facilities.
was reported as saying, ''Miyazawa is superbly aware of what needs to be done.''
Were that to occur, perhaps the comparison between the two eras and their respective avatars -- John Rockefeller
and Bill Gates, Standard Oil and Microsoft -- might make sense after all.
Headed by a veteran pro-abortionist, John Rockefeller
III, its recommendation for abortion on demand, the American Medical News reported, "provides prestigious ammunition for opponents of restrictive state abortion laws."