My Favorite Quotes
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 Michael Walden - “So I'm not sure I believe the big gains, and there's no way we'll create 27,000 net new jobs every month. It is a great start to the year, but the pace of improvement likely won't be sustained.”
 Elliott Walden - “I was very disappointed that he got beat the first time, but it was a 4 -furlong race and once he broke badly it was over. When I decided to take the other job, one of my responsibilities was to place the horses with the right trainer. Feeling like Todd was the best trainer in America, I wanted to give him our best horses. That's why Bluegrass Cat went where he did. We felt like he was our best horse.”
 Scott Walden - “The major utilities all have contingency plans to protect the power grid and gas lines. But it is a good thing that many Alaskans think a generator is just another yard tool.”
 Megan Walden - “I have to play really well every game. I think that's how I lead. I don't necessarily yell at people. I try to set an example. Most of our plays are all hand signals.”
 Megan Walden - “It surprised me. It's a really nice honor. I think there were five or six (in the area) with great talent.”
 Elliott Walden - “He's by Distorted Humor, and we always want to support our own stallions.”
 Kirk Walden - “I can barely find an industry category that doesn't have a significant technology component.”
 Kirk Walden - “It's still Internet related. It has just rotated where the money is spent.”
 John Walden - “Best Buy started recognizing that these categories (electronics) would be great categories over the Internet. The second thing was that building a competitive Internet channel was going to require capabilities and knowledge Best Buy frankly just didn't have, ... They recognized just how difficult that would be.”
 Jim Walden - “In the end, for a seasoned professional the delayed testimony won't be outcome determinate. The bigger setback was getting the judge's gander up so that the judge will scrutinize more carefully other issues based on the disclosure issues here.”
 John Alden - “I am delighted that we have found money for the refurbishment of many of our leisure facilities, including Wyndley Swimming Pool, one of the busiest in the region.”
 Greg Walden - “We are taking steps to fight the production of meth on our own soil through limiting access to precursor ingredients, supporting educational efforts and providing necessary resources to law enforcement.”
 Greg Walden - “We also have to stop the flow of precursor chemicals that meth cooks use to boil up this poison.”
 Greg Walden - “The war on meth must be fought with a multi-pronged approach.”
 Greg Walden - “The Endangered Species Act (ESA) was originally enacted in 1973 with the primary function being recovery of endangered and threatened species.”
 Greg Walden - “Small businesses are seeing huge rate increases every year, and more and more of them are saying they just can't afford to provide coverage. That's part of the reason more than 45 million Americans are now uninsured.”
 Greg Walden - “Since 2000, we've seen base power rates rise by 50.”
 Greg Walden - “Removing substantial fuel loads from our forests helps prevent catastrophic fire and better protects species, watersheds and neighboring communities that call them home.”
 Greg Walden - “Many individual growers now are growing organic fruit, and many are taking it upon themselves to market their own products to the public, as opposed to necessarily going through big processors, although, obviously, the bulk of the fruit still is dealt with that way.”
 Greg Walden - “It is up to us as lawmakers to provide the resources and streamlined processes that will enable our federal forest managers to become the best possible steward of our lands.”
 Greg Walden - “It is no secret that those of us in the Northwest believe the Administration's proposal to drive up the cost of electricity in our region is not only misguided, but also will not achieve the intended goal of raising money for the treasury.”
 Greg Walden - “In addition to hydropower, Oregon and the Northwest have pioneering companies leading the way in environmentally friendly energy technology.”
 Greg Walden - “I am maintaining my schedule of commuting to Washington, D.C. each week from Oregon so that I can spend my weekends and days when we are not in session traveling to communities throughout my district.”
 Greg Walden - “As the GAO report recognizes, the long-term health of our forests relies on additional fuel reduction options and funding to reduce the risks that catastrophic fire poses to our nation's ecosystems, communities and federal budgetary resources.”
 Greg Walden - “As federal lawmakers, we have a responsibility to set a precedent for energy efficient practices.”

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