While countless Americans are pulling together to lend a helping hand, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid are pointing fingers in a shameless effort to tear us apart.
If you stop and think about our history, one of the reasons we had an American century and there is an American dream was because at key points in our history we made very bold decisions about making sure that there was very broad, universal access to quality education.
We've suffered a war, and one thing we know: Whenever our nation's faced war, whether it was in the 1980s when we were winning the Cold War or in the 1940s during World War II, the responsible thing to do has been to borrow money to win the war.
Why shouldn't future generations and young Americans have the choice to earn a higher rate of return? Why shouldn't they be able to own their own Social Security so that Congress can't spend it on other things?
I will always remember and we must all remember that Democrats are our political rivals, not our enemies, and they deserve our respect.
John Danforth, I thought, was a great senator and did a great job with the United Nations. I think he's a good man.
Conservatives don't need to change core convictions to embrace the growing support for equal rights for gay Americans.
Some Republicans gave up on winning the African-American vote, looking the other way or trying to benefit politically from racial polarization. I am here today as the Republican chairman to tell you we were wrong.
Democratic leaders always seem to blame America first.
I don't think the American people, if you look historically, elect angry candidates.
Reaching out to Hispanics is critical to our future. The fastest-growing, and most conservative, segment of the population are natural Republicans.
The Democrats' plan for 2006? Take the House and Senate and impeach the president. With our nation at war, is this the kind of Congress you want?
For a generation, terrorists learned they could make war on free nations without fear of war in return. On September 12, the terrorists got war in return.
I am committed to ensure that our 2008 Republican presidential candidates forthrightly address issues of importance to the African-American community.
If you look at attitudes today and where they are headed, it's clear to me that supporting equal rights, including the rights to civil marriage, is a net positive for winning elections, as well as the right thing to do.
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