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I like a lot of my Republican colleagues, starting with my friend from Indiana, Senator Lugar. We’ve had an excellent relationship.
No one ever built the filibuster rule. It just kind of was created.
If one of my boys was asking me if they should go into politics, I’d say there’s only one reason to go into public life and that’s to help people.
There’s a high level of frustration with the two-party system out there.
Washington is totally out of touch with mainstream America.
I’m a former governor, and so I was the chief executive, and when the legislature wasn’t in session, I was running the state.
Sometimes you have to make tough decisions to hold the line on spending.
I’ve had a growing conviction that Congress is not operating as it should. There is much too much partisanship and not enough progress.
Families and businesses are tightening their belts to make ends meet – and Washington should too.
I find the world just too complex to embrace a single ideological point of view.
Of course, the genesis of a good portion of the gridlock in Congress does not reside in Congress itself. Ultimate reform will require each of us, as voters and Americans, to take a long look in the mirror, because in many ways, our representatives in Washington reflect the people who have sent them there.
If, by demanding revolutionary change, I run the risk of accomplishing nothing on behalf of the public, then I’m not sure that’s a responsible course of action.
I love working for the people of Indiana. I love helping our citizens make the most of their lives, but I do not love Congress.
We need a foreign policy that is both tough… and smart. The good news? That is the historic legacy of the Democratic Party.
We should be proud of liberating the 26 million people in Iraq and should remember that this is why it is important to stick it out to it’s successful conclusion.
The United States must not allow North Korea to exacerbate tensions between our key strategic allies in Asia. As the leader of the free world, the United States needs to support our regional allies who are standing up to a Stalinist regime that is intent on developing nuclear weapons.
The only way Democrats can govern in this country is by making common cause with moderates and independents.
We all have things in life we’d do over again.
You wouldn’t run for the United States Senate or for governor or for anything else without answering people’s questions about what you believe. And I think the Supreme Court is no different.
Any time a president is re-elected, he has a little more political clout to get things done.
You just hope that we haven‘t soured an entire generation on the necessity, from time to time, of using force because Iraq has been such a debacle. That would be tragic because Iran is a grave threat.
We need leaders who appeal to us to think about something other than narrow self-interest but instead focus upon the greater good.