Conceive the position of a man who knows that his children, the children of the woman he loves, will not be his, but will belong to someone who hates them and cares nothing about
Power has passed into the hands of the permanent bureaucracy which cares nothing about
nation-building but only about its own comforts and continues to loot the national exchequer to fill its own coffers.
A government that knows and cares nothing about
Wales or her problems.
The peso has dropped, affecting everything from the price of oil, medicines, steel, other imported goods; investors are putting plans on hold; and after six years of the corrupt being on the run, we now face the possibility of a leader coming to power who cares nothing about
honesty, integrity, transparency, responsibility, or even just basic decency, Roxas said.
The commercial hip-hop that Rick Ross promotes represents Wall Street, and Wall Street cares nothing about
the loss of human life if they can make a dollar.
Enter Becky Ann, a gorgeous classmate who cares nothing about
Andy until she realizes that he is the one student who can get into Blake's locker, courtesy of the janitor's master keys.
The march is clearly a cheap and nasty publicity stunt by the cheap and nasty Anjem Choudary, who cares nothing about
the grief caused to families whose loved ones' coffins were brought back through the town after serving their country.
We all appreciate that the "system" cares nothing about
the health of physicians.
The inspiring story revolves around Kenny Houston who lives with his single mother who cares nothing about
The key thing to understand about Chavez, however, is that he cares nothing about
economic statistics or trade, the currency of modern politicians.
A smoker is a drug addict who cares nothing about
the rights or needs of others, let alone his own.
This verse, in particular, is one that is ripped out of context with the implication that Christians can change an unbelieving generation, culture and government system that cares nothing about
the true things of God; that is, other than a couple choruses of `God Bless America' on the Capitol steps after a terrorist attack or a stupid argument over whether `Under God' should be left in the Pledge of Allegiance.
And in the summer, when it's blazing outdoors, churches respond in the way any huge, impersonal institution would that cares nothing about
its customers: They get hotter.
The new breed cares nothing about
ivory tower trappings, and Stevens mentions public service only as it's used to line people's private pockets.
The British government cares nothing about
Wales and her peoples.