51. But almost everyone would have left if they could have, and now the ones who stayed are angry with the ones who took the chance.
52. But now with the pardon drawing so much criticism, Quinn acknowledged making mistakes and said that President Clinton had every right to be angry with him.
53. But Majeed said he was not angry with his father for undertaking the dangerous journey.
54. But no one here was angry with the Kremlin or the Russian Army then.
55. But the rebels are being aided by the governments in Uganda and Rwanda, who have been angry with Zaire for years for harboring insurgents.
56. But the clan is now angry with Saddam Hussein after the government killed one of their own in May for allegedly trying to overthrow the president.
57. But the laid-back, moderate senator was extremely angry with the way his demands had been handled by the White House.
58. But, he said, she had been angry with Dean.
59. By taking blame, Clinton would permit the people who are so angry with him now to forgive him.
60. Catterson acknowledged being angry with the sheriff, but said it was because he believed Mahoney was trying to exploit the girl for a photo opportunity.