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 Ernie Goss - “The trend in economic reports from supply managers in our survey has been fairly positive since October of last year following some of the negative shipping impacts from Hurricane Katrina. Companies with strong ties to the state's growing ethanol industry reported solid growth for February but were very optimistic about future economic growth for this sector.”
 Ernie Goss - “Businesses located in the Northwest portion of Arkansas tended to report stronger economic conditions than businesses in other parts of the state. However, I do expect reasonably solid job growth for most areas through the second quarter of this year.”
 Ernie Goss - “Manufacturing job losses in the second half of 2005 pushed Arkansas' overall job growth for the fourth quarter to zero. However, Arkansas firms ... benefiting from the opening of the Japanese and other Asian beef markets, and J.B. Hunt Transport, profiting from the U.S. economic expansion, will drive Arkansas job growth higher in the first half of 2006.”
 Ernie Goss - “I expect higher commodity prices and escalating short-term interest rates to push regional growth down significantly in the second half of 2006.”
 Ernie Goss - “The construction industry and transportation sector in Kansas have pushed 2005 growth into the very strong range. However, higher interest rates will slow growth for both industries in the first half of 2006. The rate at which our Asian trading partners open their borders to U.S. beef will be an important factor affecting growth for the state in 2006.”
 Ernie Goss - “The rate at which our Asian trading partners open their borders to U.S. beef will be an important factor affecting growth for the state in 2006.”
 Ernie Goss - “For 2006, Minnesota's big economic stories will be problems related to the continuing cutbacks in the U.S. auto industry, a turnaround for the telecommunications industry, and finally a weakening of Minnesota's construction industry. Nonetheless, our survey points to still solid growth for the first half of 2006.”
 Ernie Goss - “After growing at a very strong pace in 2005, we are now detecting a slowdown in the pace of growth. Just as nondurable goods manufacturers reported improving economic conditions, durable goods producers detailed a pullback in economic conditions for the month. I expect this slower pace of growth to continue into 2006.”
 Ernie Goss - “Increases over the past two months point to solid growth into the second quarter of this year.”
 Fred Goss - “It's set in a suburb of Cincinnati. But we're actually shooting at Sunset and Gower (in Hollywood).”
 Porter Goss - “What we can learn from him, I hope -- because this is a process which he may not participate too willingly in -- is basically what operations are out there that we can defend against and forestall,”
 Porter Goss - “As a member right now on the Hill, I know the value of that and the importance of that,”
 Porter Goss - “How did it come about that highly sensitive technical information was given to the Chinese Why did the president ignore the national security experts who counseled against this deal What damage has been done to our national security”
 Jim Goss - “They're onto something otherwise they wouldn't have the interest from other companies. We're not at the end of the story yet.”
 Jim Goss - “Icahn has an aura of taking only a financial interest.”
 Ernie Goss - “It's going to be stronger in the first quarter and in the end of the second quarter. It's going to weaken as higher interest rates set in.”
 Porter Goss - “At the Central Intelligence Agency, we are more than holding our own in the global war on terrorism, but we are at risk of losing a key battle the battle to protect our classified information.”
 Helen Goss - “I thought he had blown the motor when I saw the smoke, ... He was turning it real hard.”
 Porter Goss - “may be only a matter of time.”
 James Goss - “From the Time Warner and AOL perspective, it's been a plus obviously that they're getting fought over. It says very good things about the importance and the place at the table, if you will, that AOL represents.”
 Jim Goss - “They're probably going to look more like Yahoo. It's funny, because for the longest time, Yahoo wanted to be AOL. Now it's probably the other way around.”
 Porter Goss - “represents a grant of trust and an expression of confidence in the CIA.”
 Porter Goss - “This agency does not do torture, ... Torture does not work. We use lawful capabilities to collect vital information, and we do it in a variety of unique and innovative ways, all of which are legal and none of which are torture.”
 Porter Goss - “This agency does not do torture. Torture does not work. We use lawful capabilities to collect vital information, and we do it in a variety of unique and innovative ways, all of which are legal and none of which are torture.”
 James Goss - “In spite of his freewheeling type of image, he was the voice of financial reason. Back when he was running smaller companies, he needed to run a tight ship.”

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