My Favorite Quotes
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 Richard Blumenthal - “The goals of the No Child Left Behind Act are laudable. Indeed, Connecticut has pursued these goals for decades, but the federal government has failed in implementing them.”
 Richard Blumenthal - “This situation is appalling and outrageous and we hold accountable everyone who has contributed to this blatant disregard for health, safety and property and the severe damage done,”
 Richard Blumenthal - “I'm satisfied that this result does justice, returns taxpayer dollars, and helps bring closure to a shameful chapter in state history,”
 Daniel Blumenthal - “I think the smart money would say we're going to have another heavy season of West Nile virus this summer because of the wet spring, (which means) a lot of mosquitoes, ... Weekend House Call.”
 Richard Blumenthal - “I was reminded all over again of how powerful and passionate he was in his beliefs about integrity and public service, and how deeply inspiring he was to people who he came into contact with him as I did,”
 Richard Blumenthal - “The process is fundamentally flawed and must be reformed, and we need real independence and objectivity, protection against improper influences, ... I'm doing what I think is right and what best serves the interest of Connecticut citizens.”
 Richard Blumenthal - “They wanted a global settlement. The damages are very difficult to quantify. The public interest is vindicated not only by the money received but also the by the result of the criminal case.”
 Richard Blumenthal - “The real question is what Microsoft will do as far as permitting access to other products like instant messaging and Internet access and whether they will really permit an open desktop.”
 Richard Blumenthal - “This project has no place in Long Island Sound. It would threaten navigation security and be a sitting target for terrorists.”
 Richard Blumenthal - “We want every asset available to bring some justice to victims,”
 Sidney Blumenthal - “collapse eventually of their own insubstantiality. And in these conversations with me, the First Lady has always been supportive of the president.”
 Richard Blumenthal - “It is a historic win for Connecticut because it will bar a third casino and needless unfounded land claims,”
 Sidney Blumenthal - “We barely missed killing Bin Laden. There were numerous findings issued by the President to kill him. We rolled up terrorist cells. We stopped the millennium bombings.”
 Sidney Blumenthal - “The Democrats need to remind people of where were, in terms of our progress, as markers against where we are, and where we've fallen, and how we've declined under Bush.”
 Sidney Blumenthal - “It wasn't simply that Clinton created the greatest prosperity in the country's history. Or that we created 22 million new jobs, more than ever before. Under Clinton, poverty was reduced 25.”
 Sidney Blumenthal - “I think that you need to be able to expose what the Republicans' tactics are. I just think you need to be tough standing up against them.”
 Sidney Blumenthal - “Clinton took very tough decisions on the economy.”
 Sidney Blumenthal - “But presidents matter. That's one of the biggest lessons I learned being in the White House.”
 Sidney Blumenthal - “As I said, if you don't stand up for yourself, people aren't going to think that you can stand up for them.”
 Sidney Blumenthal - “22 million new jobs under President Clinton. 3 million lost under Bush.”
 Sidney Blumenthal - “Clinton was very early on aware of the problem of international terrorism.”
 Sidney Blumenthal - “Bill Clinton was in the line of great progressive presidents who faced the realities in his own time and applied innovative solutions to problems.”
 Sidney Blumenthal - “At the same time, Clinton was doing a lot things right, like the economy.”
 James Blumenthal - “The important conclusion is that the effectiveness of exercise seems to persist over time, and that patients who respond well to exercise and maintain their exercise have a much smaller risk of relapsing,”
 James Blumenthal - “The focus this week is on Greenspan tomorrow.”

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