But alas I am probably grasping at straws
as of course road building and repairs do not come under the same umbrella and market forces as the private development sector.
Winning jockey Scott Seamer said: "I think he's just grasping at straws
and his horse had every opportunity to beat me.
Calpine's aggressive unwarranted actions show a collapsing company grasping at straws
to come up with cash quickly in an unfortunate situation.
This is just another example of how the Obama Administration is grasping at straws
to save a program that doesn't work.
With six losses in their last 10 games, and an offensive funk that is starting to stink up the Garden, the B's were grasping at straws
after yesterday's 2-1 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins at TD Garden.
They are constantly grasping at straws
to prove something or other.
But Mr Clelland said: "I think they're grasping at straws
I'M afraid that the Chairman of the North Wales Police Authority is grasping at straws
, Trying his best to gloss over the truth Jeremy Clarkson was correct in his interpretation of Richard Brunstrom and the traffic section of North Wales Police Force.
Our opinion is they were grasping at straws
,'' Moses said of GLASAA's request.
The Jags boss was convinced his side should have got a penalty after Zurab Khizanishvili tangled with Jamie Mitchell although he was grasping at straws
It is clear that Ciba is still grasping at straws
in an effort to hinder the sale of PureVision contact lenses," said Sassano.
As we have said all along, the company has been merely grasping at straws
, trying to shift the blame on the union with their false accusations.
She realizes that she may be grasping at straws
, but she's not convinced that the youth is telling the truth.
But David Davies, Conservative AM and MP for Monmouth, said, 'This is ludicrous - the Government is grasping at straws
Yesterday worker John Brennan of Bedlington, who has been at Stobswood for five years, said: "We are hoping the new application is approved because we are all grasping at straws
to keep working.