The family was left with a tough choice to make.
And it is a tough choice for some of the staff.
But that's the sort of tough choice that will face any President in coming years.
In other words, we have to make some tough choices.
But when hard times hit, a number of tough choices present themselves.
He has some tough choices to make in the hours ahead.
Now is the time to go ahead and make the tough choices.
We're going to have to make some tough choices on defense.
"If not, some tough choices on ground forces will have to be made."
Back at home, increasingly, it seemed a tough choice to have to make.
American military officials here say they face a difficult choice.
But when all was said and done, it had not been a difficult choice.
Remember that the difficult choice is almost always the right one.
If that does not happen, the Administration would face a difficult choice.
For men, this is the most difficult choice of the year.
And it left the new president with a difficult choice.
But certainly those who would make a movie about it face a difficult choice.
It it's a difficult choice between life and love of God.
But, in one way, that only makes her choice more difficult.
At last the ship had to make a difficult choice.
The public needs to see him make the hard choice at least once in a while.
But he has made the hard choice in the past.
It must be a hard choice to leave the land and his son.
It was a hard choice and no one could have done better, not even me.
"Going to court was a really hard choice for them to make."
Probably because he wants to make Congress face up to the hard choices.
He made hard choices during his first years in office.
If she does not, we must face the old hard choices.
"This is the first time the program has to make some hard choices."
In the end, Apple made the hard choice instead of the easy one.
Few political contests have given voters as stark and intriguing a choice.
The two of them, arriving in the same season, present a stark choice.
"They have a pretty stark choice in working something out."
There are constant reminders of how stark that choice will be.
In short, things would get worse, leaving a stark choice between civil war or martial law.
And like Clinton's, his first moments in office presented him with a stark choice.
She said the fall campaign would be easier because it presented a stark choice, rather than a nasty battle among friends.
When that had been accomplished a stark choice awaited him.
They would face a stark choice: Keep the arms or help their communities.
Those unable to find work had a stark choice: starve or break the law.