"The Cafferty File": U.N. a failure?Should NASA have to release survey results that show safety problems like near collisions happen much more often than previously thought?
As long as we pay their wages, certainly. It seems too many of us have forgotten, or dumbly don't know, we are the government. Washington treats itself like it is their private club, devoid of its responsibility to us. Get them in a corner on a sensitive subject, and here comes that security b.s. for an answer. -Ken, California
I was disappointed when I heard that NASA does not want to share the results. In my opinion, they should release the results and let the travelers know what to expect. Saving lives should be the priority of any company, not saving profits. -Amna
I survived WW2 as a fighter pilot because we were alerted to every situation that could occur in the air and on the ground and trained for those situations. To deny reporting the results of the study will only allow for more dangerous situations to occur without any oversight. -Jerry, Vero Beach, Florida
Surprise, surprise, surprise. What other studies are they hiding from U.S. taxpayers?-DonWhat does it mean for the Democratic-led Congress when The New York Times questions its ability to stand up to President Bush?
Jack, It merely means that the Democrats are bought and paid for by big business and special interests as are the Republicans. -Paul, Jerseyville, Illinois
The Democrats may not want to stand up and orate about the war too much. It's imperative for the war to continue, so that they can get elected. Once elected, they will most likely assume the status quo. -Balazs, Woodland Hills, California
It means that when Pelosi took impeachment off the table, she allowed the Bush regime to continue to run roughshod over our laws and Constitution. -Toni, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
It means the New York Times is right on the mark by insinuating that the Democrats in Congress are a bunch of wussies and it's business as usual. -Diane, Barnevald, New York