Speaking at a "Red Mass" for members of the legal profession, O'Malley remarked, "We cannot afford to be asleep at the switch
Saying that the NRC is asleep at the switch
is an understatement.
On the fate of Cronin he added: "He just didn't do his job - he clearly was asleep at the switch
We've sort of been asleep at the switch
in California," says Tom Lieser, a senior economist with UCLA's California Forecast, in the unflappable tone of someone who's seen the Golden State clip and rise up again many times in his long career.
It's as if federal regulators have been asleep at the switch
Recent studies suggest that juvenile-onset diabetes, an autoimmune disease, may take root because a baby's immune system is asleep at the switch
claimed "voters were not asleep at the switch
, but they were hoodwinked.
Bernie saw a Democratic machine in Burlington that was asleep at the switch
I believe the major news media have been asleep at the switch
on these things," SPJ President Paul McMasters said in an interview.
I don't know how to help people who are asleep at the switch
Clearly, many of the managements of institutions such as but not limited to Citigroup (NYSE: C), Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) and General Motors were asleep at the switch
for a couple of years earlier in the decade.
A bipartisan consensus on privacy rights is emerging, and now the states are taking collective action where Congress has largely been asleep at the switch
," Anthony Romero, the ACLU executive director, (https://www.
City officials fell asleep at the switch
and allowed the Asian longhorned beetle to obtain squatter's rights in my neighborhood.
Sanders argued the Senate should not "say to somebody who was asleep at the switch
in terms of regulating our financial institutions: Congratulations, you failed, there s a major recession, you re getting reappointed
How many people were asleep at the switch
to allow the Board of Medicine to get away with all that stuff for so long?