It doesn't matter that Bush scares the hell out of me. What matters is that he scares the hell out of a lot of very important people in Washington who can't speak out, in the military, in the intelligence community.
In every jurisdictional area that I can get my fingers on, I want to move us away from the Washington insider economy.
We should show Washington how we do it in North Dakota. I'm running to stop the over-regulating of our economy and start growing it.
I'd rather live in Nebraska than Washington.
As efforts to fix this failure at the Veterans Administration continue, I also intend to persist in demanding answers and action on the establishment of a new clinic to serve the veterans in North Central Washington.
This is what the election of 2010 was about. We didn't send conservatives to Washington to flirt with Democrat proposals for higher taxes and more debt. We sent leaders to stop them.
What I would like to be remembered for is that Walter Washington changed the spirit of the people of this city, that he came in as mayor when there was hate and greed and misunderstanding among our people and the races were polarized.
For Philistines like me, the mysteries of Washington can be both perplexing and wondrous.
It's difficult for democracy to function properly under the most favorable circumstances, but it has no chance at all when millions of voters are divorced from objective reality and incapable of understanding what is going on in Washington.
We need a smaller, leaner Washington. It won't happen if we raise taxes without any coinciding reform and serious slashing of spending.
This is about Floridians saying what's most important to them and making sure that we create an agenda that we can drive and deliver back in Washington, D.C. So it's very exciting.
In Washington, I will never vote to raise taxes, I will fight to repeal healthcare reform, and I will work to balance the budget.
To the men in Washington, the world is just a giant Monopoly board.
I bet after seeing us, George Washington would sue us for calling him 'father.'
Money has too big an influence on our politics in Washington and somehow we need to do something about that.
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