When (beneficiaries) call the 1-800 number, they can wait for a week, a month. They can wait until the Iraq war is over. Nobody answers the phone.
More Quotes from Jay Rockefeller:Pat Roberts and I both feel very strongly that when we get to Iran, that we can't make the same mistakes. We have to ask the questions, the hard questions before, not afterwards, and get the right intelligence.
I would call upon my colleagues at the proper time to support this aviation legislation, not to say that it is perfect, not to say that some of this legislation that has risen out of this crisis is perfect, and we will have a chance to revisit and this is only the first of a wave of accountability,
There's always the question whether or not he was running a secret intelligence operation that bypassed the entire intelligence community. And the law says you've got to inform the intelligence community of anything that you're doing,
I think the fact that all of the lines aren't crossed and every decision isn't made about what powers the director of national intelligence has is an advantage for the director because a vacuum invites power. I think it is much more important that the director be able to come in, he or she, in order to fill that out according to their own instincts,
And that is a classic example of a lack of accountability to the American people, ... Late Edition.
Until I receive additional information about the thoroughness of the investigation, I cannot make a judgment on the accuracy of the conclusions,
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