For five years this Government has run roughshod over
communities by closing local libraries and cutting local services.
The nub of the matter is that when local councillors on the planning sub-committee listen to local concerns and are minded to refuse an application, its planning officers run roughshod over
them, so there is no local democracy and no local accountability.
Notions of martyrdom and Jihad run roughshod over
the argument put forward by Mr Saunders.
Surely we do not, and would not run roughshod over
our own people as they have?
Or, as it now appears, are we puppets of TV broadcasters and their time restraints which have run roughshod over
the rules and regulations that have protected the integrity and enjoyment of the sport for years?
In our unilateral war on terror we have been too ready to run roughshod over
the very laws and rules that protect our freedoms.
Plus, as often happens, these self-same "fresh thinkers" run roughshod over
those who stand in their way, demanding what they shouldn't have and getting it because they are the chosen.
Doing this will show the mayor to be a leader and a thinker, and not one who tolerates vindictive, politically motivated prosecutors to run roughshod over
those making the world better.
For too many years, councillors have run roughshod over
local communities, destroying their housing and other buildings of architectural significance, the consequence of which is fractured communities, apathy, crime and concrete jungles.
THE FEDERAL government has transformed grand juries into "inquisitorial bulldozers that run roughshod over
the constitutional rights of citizens," warns a new study from the Cato Institute.
Offering a prayer for God's forgiveness, he intoned, "We have allowed the Supreme Court to run roughshod over
us, Lord, and we haven't protested.
Kennedy School of Government and NBC National Security Analyst) will lead the post-play discussion, which asks whether Bush presides over an "imperial presidency," and will focus on whether the President has abused his executive powers and run roughshod over
the legislative and judicial branches in prosecuting his war on terrorism.
In California, we've seen redevelopment agencies run roughshod over
property owners for years.
MOJAVE - He'll run roughshod over
opposing secondaries and thrill crowds with big plays, but only because he has to.
A less reasonable fear is that Gill will run roughshod over
the claiming ranks here and frustrate horseplayers with prohibitive favorites, as he did last winter at Gulfstream Park, where his trainer Mark Shuman saddled a track-record 87 winners, more than the next three men in the standings combined.