The idea of reasoning with terrorists without force or with appeasement is naive, and I think it's dangerous.
We should favor innovation and freedom over regulation.
I did learn that some of the things that are great for locker rooms are inappropriate for political discourse. That's a wisdom I've garnered.
I rise today to offer a formal and heartfelt apology to all the victims of lynching in our history, and for the failure of the United States Senate to take action when action was most needed.
I like to motivate and inspire people.
Election Day 2010 saw the culmination of years of aggravation and resentment toward a federal government that became disconnected and disdainful of the values and priorities of Americans.
We're going to hear a lot of spirited discussion about the President's plan in the next few days and weeks and that's fine as long as everyone comes ready to talk and not just snipe, complain and argue.
The people of America need personal responsibility and freedom, not dependency on the government.
Before I was governor, tuition was skyrocketing, and we stopped that. We capped and then we froze college tuition.
Trust free people and free enterprise as opposed to meddling, burdensome government.
I think you always have to be innovating and adapting and improving. You can't stay the same.
It's time for an American comeback... where leaders in Washington listen to 'we the people.'
When I was elected Governor, we had an audacious agenda that naysayers said couldn't be enacted with a Democrat majority in the state legislature. However, we worked across party lines and enacted historic reforms. Working together, we cut taxes by more than $600 million.
We are so appreciative of the men and women in uniform who are protecting us, whether in Afghanistan or Iraq or on ships around the world. For our security, they are taking the offensive to the terrorists overseas.
I have always advocated for funding and programs that increase our productivity and competitiveness.
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