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 Rosemary Dillard - “I felt like my heart had been ripped out. I felt like my husband had been killed again. I felt like the government has let me down once again.”
 Rosemary Dillard - “I am furious. My government (has) let me down again. (Martin) has made this entire case a laughingstock.”
 Heather Ward - “It's a matter for the Indian government to decide. He is still their accredited representative. We have not been formally advised against it.”
 Elbert Hubbard - “Men whose lives are doubtful want a strong government and a hot religion”
 Robert Stallard - “We expect to see the commercial systems division posting improved results going forward, whilst the Government Systems divisions continues to defy skeptics.”
 Robert Stallard - “The strongest performance in the first quarter came from government systems.”
 Wayne Allard - “I think it's a matter of supply and demand. We know that government price controls don't work, ... We tried that back in the 1970s and that created gas lines, the misery index and all of that mess.”
 Noel Coward - “The sun never sets on Government House.”
 Elbert Hubbard - “Government is a kind of legalized pillage”
 Eddie Izzard - “So the American government lied to the Native Americans for many, many years, and then President Clinton lied about a relationship, and everyone was surprised A little nave, I feel”
 Ted Haggard - “all of us have a responsibility to advance God's will through government.”
 Bob Blanchard - “Training is key in this whole field. There's always the day-to-day learning on how to work the pumps and the ladders, but there are ongoing requirements from the federal government and the state. Training is a never-ending process for us.”
 Elbert Hubbard - “Grammar is the grave of letters”
 Dave Maggard - “We will probably go with grass.”
 William Ward - “Greatness is not found in possessions, power, position, or prestige. It is discovered in goodness, humility, service, and character.”
 Elbert Hubbard - “The cure for grief is motion.”
 Alan Bollard - “The most serious risk to medium-term inflation is the continuing strength of household spending, supported by a relentless housing market and rapid growth in mortgage lending,”
 Jim Ward - “There's room for renewed growth in the housing market, even though I admit there's a lot of negative sentiment floating around right now.”
 Eric Bosshard - “Newell will continue to struggle until it can sustain meaningful consolidated revenue growth. We are not sure why the current restructuring will create a meaningfully different result than the last restructuring.”
 Michelle Girard - “Businesses will be adding workers, so productivity growth will stay modest in 2006. The increase in unit labor costs is something the Federal Reserve is aware of, and it adds to the case they're going to continue raising rates.”
 Michelle Girard - “While we look for the Fed to pause in June, we expect continued above-trend growth and inflation concerns will lead to further tightening (to 5.5) in the second half of the year.”
 David Bullard - “We seem to be seeing a general tightening in the labor market. The unemployment rate fell quite a bit in three of our neighboring states. Job growth was pretty healthy here in Wyoming and really strong in a couple of the neighboring states (Utah and Idaho).”
 Eric Girard - “The signal is that if we have good growth in 2006 but no inflation, there is no need to raise rates. I would even say, one more hike (this year), but not necessarily at the next announcement.”
 Jerry Howard - “We are not just talking about slowing the growth of house prices. We are taking about house prices diminishing.”
 Jim Ballard - “It's a tremendous growth area for us.”

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