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Letter "D" » Dick Gephardt Quotes
«We in the Democratic Party feel strongly that the people in the middle, the people stuck on the bottom, are the people we need to be giving the majority of this tax cut.»
«This congress has spent most of the year debating tax cuts for the wealthiest that left no money for debt reduction, basic appropriations, or anything else,»
«We have a big job of reconciling the people in Iraq. We need to pull together that international coalition that we should have gotten together a long time ago,»
«[Declaring that government's] highest responsibility is to keep people safe, ... I don't want another 9/11. I don't want weapons of mass destruction used in this society.»
«All that President Bush has to offer those workers and other Americans struggling in this bad economy is more unaffordable, unsustainable and patently unfair tax cuts,»
«In fact, I'm sure the answers are not all here and they are not in state legislatures and city councils, ... We really have to figure out how to change the human heart.»
«It's wrong, deeply wrong to excuse or rationalize the uncertain gain to come from tolerating the systematic denial of political and economic rights,»
«We should all follow the rule of law, and I'm positive the vice president will do that and I think George Bush will do that, ... This Week.»
«It was a mistake. . . . I was wrong,»
«One of the most important virtues of the American character is our ability to approach the complexities that life presents us with common sense and decency, ... The considered judgment of the American people is not going to rise or fall on the fine distinctions of a legal argument but on straight talk and the truth. It is time for the president and the Congress to follow that common sense for the good of the country.»