I often use and here an expression that goes something along the lines of "who is it for us to say that ..."
But it looks like I must have picked it up wrong, because that is definitely not correct English.
Doing a Google search with my phrase only gives one result:
We know fundamentally that not everyone can live in Jackson. It’s physically and virtually impossible. But, at the same time, who is it for us to say who should and shouldn’t live here?
Can someone tell me what the actual expression is?
Edit: I think it might be "who are we to say that ...", but I do still recall a form that has "is it for us to say" in it.