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 Evan Bayh - “I'm very proud of the economic record we had during my eight years as governor. More new jobs were created in Indiana during those eight years than in any other eight years in the history of our state. I think that speaks for itself. When I left office, we had the largest budget surplus in state history. I think that speaks for itself. So I think we had a strong economic and fiscal record. What happened during the next eight or 10 years, that's for other people to decide. I'm proud of my record as governor, both economically and fiscally. Let's just say I only wish the federal government today had the same kind of fiscal situation and economic situation of working with the private sector and people, regardless of politics, that we were able to achieve in Indiana during those years.”
 Evan Bayh - “will take leadership -- leadership unlike that which has controlled Washington for these last several years.”
 Evan Bayh - “In recent years, we have seen technology advance at lightning speed, allowing us to accomplish lifesaving feats never imagined before. It is our responsibility to ensure that these advances are used for positive medical breakthroughs, and not allowed to restrict rights or limit access to health insurance or job opportunities.”
 Evan Bayh - “We must do all we can to help improve the deplorable human rights situation of the North Korean people.”
 Evan Bayh - “We have to learn from these mistakes so that we do better to minimize the number of casualties to win this thing, ... It's the lack of any introspection that I find to be very troubling.”
 Evan Bayh - “This should have been on par with meeting the challenge of Sputnik or putting a man on the moon,”
 Evan Bayh - “If the president wants to have a vote before the election, he needs to give the military threat, or he risks looking political. With that timing, he will run the risk of looking brazenly political,”
 Evan Bayh - “We must continue working to make flu education a priority along with vaccine production to effectively prepare ourselves against another epidemic.”
 Evan Bayh - “You know, if we can take this spirit today, and spread it across Indiana, just like the response to Katrina and 9-11, we can make this state a better place and that's what it's all about.”
 Evan Bayh - “I cannot vote to confirm, not because I oppose John Roberts, but because we simply do not know enough about his views on critical issues to make a considered judgment,”
 Evan Bayh - “The IMF, by its own rules should be investigating this problem, and my resolution will help make that happen,”
 Evan Bayh - “If you want to be a majority party, you have to appeal to a coalition, and that means appealing to independents and moderates. That's why you'll hear Lieberman and Gore emphasizing issues that appeal to both the base and the center.”
 Birch Bayh - “And I thought my loss my loss was not, certainly, the end of the world, but to lessen the enthusiasm of those young people who were signed up, I thought that was tragic.”
 Evan Bayh - “A period of introspection is appropriate after a tough political loss, but we've got to move beyond that now,”
 Evan Bayh - “It shouldn't take a natural disaster to remind us of the importance of service. It's something that we need to incorporate in our daily lives, as a part of our priorities of how we should live our lives.”
 Evan Bayh - “There seems to be a level of -- for lack of a better word -- denial about how permeated some aspects of the society are with sympathizers for radical causes,”
 Evan Bayh - “Are we willing to accept an approximation of who the voters actually wanted, or are we going to insist that every reasonable step to determine who the voters actually wanted be taken ... I clearly think it needs to be the latter. That's the very foundation upon which our democracy is based.”
 Birch Bayh - “I look at the Senior Al Gore that I had the chance to serve in the Senate with. A great human being. He went down to defeat to this right wing bunch back at the time.”
 Evan Bayh - “believes that he made the right decision based on the facts as they were known at the time.”
 Evan Bayh - “How would they feel if the rest of the world had demanded repayment of Nazi debt, or Vichy debt”
 Evan Bayh - “You may see some fine-tuning of the president's program to make it more effective, to actually get more bang for the buck. But I think you'll see broad bipartisan support for targeting tax cuts and investment incentives and aid to the states and unemployed, to kind of provide us an insurance policy to get job creation moving.”
 Evan Bayh - “Of course, it's a matter of courtesy,”
 Evan Bayh - “Of course, it's a matter of courtesy. Like many of my colleagues, I'm interested in what he has to say, and we won't know that until he's asked and answers the questions.”
 Evan Bayh - “You wouldn't run for the United States Senate or for governor or for anything else without answering people's questions about what you believe. And I think the Supreme Court is no different.”
 Birch Bayh - “Young people are being elected for School Boards all over the country.”

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