The American Civil Liberties Union warns: "The proposed Bush regulations put politics above the health care needs of Americans," and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) calls Bush's regulations an "out-of-touch
position that redefines contraception as abortion and represents a sustained pattern of the Bush administration to reject medical and sound science in favor of a misguided ideology that has no place in our government."
managers of Royal Mail must be kamikaze pilots.
Call us hopelessly out-of-touch
, but even when they spell it out, we don't know what's going on.
A West Midlands MP has slammed out-of-touch
judges for undermining public confidence in law and order.
luvvies So, Five Live is dropping its racing bulletins.
The right was then able to paint liberals as out-of-touch
elites who had grown arrogant with power.
The former mission statement, considered "too general and out-of-touch
," was, "To promote and support the long-term growth and prosperity of our industry, our members, and the natural resources upon which we depend."
CATHOLIC was giving a platform to a new age activist who wants to update the out-of-touch
Religious Right groups, the leading proponents of abstinence-only education, sprang to the defense of the programs and attacked Waxman as an out-of-touch
Is he an out-of-touch
old man who does not know what it is like in our world?
there were no electronics, and little help from hydraulics), the gearbox was extremely simple, reliable, and out-of-touch
with an industry moving rapidly toward greater electronic powertrain control and coordination.
environmentalists attack industry with measures that cause thousands of jobs in the States to run off to China (which has no pollution controls).