Home
My Favorite Quotes
Hits 51 to 75 of 166
 Dianne Feinstein - “There were a number of bits and pieces, and they weren't put together,”
 Dianne Feinstein - “It is my hope that the number of stem cell lines available for federally-funded research will be expanded so that the government can continue to participate in this vital research and provide hope to the millions of Americans with diseases that might be cured.”
 Dianne Feinstein - “Instead of starting a new nuclear arms race, now is the time to reclaim our Nation's position of leadership on nuclear nonproliferation efforts.”
 Dianne Feinstein - “isn't news for the inquiry.”
 Dianne Feinstein - “Rogue internet pharmacies continue to pose a serious threat to the health and safety of Americans. Simply put, a few unethical physicians and pharmacists have become drug suppliers to a nation.”
 Dianne Feinstein - “I am pleased to be part of the Congressional Dairy Farmers Caucus. As a senator from the nation's number one dairy state, I know how important dairy issues are to my State and to the nation. I look forward to working with my colleagues on issues important to our dairy farmers as we work on the next Farm Bill.”
 Michael Feinstein - “The Gershwin legacy is extraordinary because George Gershwin died in 1937, and his music is as fresh and vital today as when he originally created it.”
 Michael Feinstein - “The Gershwin legacy is extraordinary because George Gershwin died in 1937,(but) his music is as fresh and vital today as when he originally created it.”
 Michael Feinstein - “I hear the name Gershwin and I think of the most incredibly talented, prolific, extraordinary composer of the century, and his music is as fresh and vital today as it was when he originally created it.”
 Dianne Feinstein - “you were very full and forward-speaking. And then after lunch, it was as if you shut down and became very cautious. So my first question Did anybody caution you between the morning and the afternoon sessions”
 Dianne Feinstein - “You speak about modesty and humility,”
 John Feinstein - “It was an inexcusable mistake, ... I regretted it probably some kind of nano second after it was out of my mouth. I apologize to everybody who was listening and to the people at the academy who have been great to me and to my partners in the booth.”
 Dianne Feinstein - “I've learned something, and that is that the real meaning is in the public hearings, ... I ask questions in the public hearing, and those are the answers that go into the transcript.”
 Dianne Feinstein - “Domestic violence causes far more pain than the visible marks of bruises and scars. It is devastating to be abused by someone that you love and think loves you in return. It is estimated that approximately 3 million incidents of domestic violence are reported each year in the United States.”
 Dianne Feinstein - “I think we all agree that the loss of life is substantial the loss of property is substantial it is unacceptable to do nothing.”
 Dianne Feinstein - “basically a rather shy person, and she has a very soft manner. It's very pleasant, but it's a very soft manner. It's not like a lot of us, try to make your point hard. She doesn't do that. She just says what she thinks.”
 Michael Feinstein - “This is one of our favorite places to be. It's...”
 Lee Feinstein - “The key issue is the degree to which certain Sunnis can meet their demands through the ballot box rather than through a resort to arms.”
 Dianne Feinstein - “A major breach in these levees could imperil hundreds of thousands of people and endanger most of the state's water supply, ... As we have seen in New Orleans, it would be a dramatic mistake to further delay the repairs that are necessary to protect communities from the ravages of floodwaters.”
 Lee Feinstein - “A week's delay is no problem, but if this falls apart, it's a problem. This is the essence of the exit strategy. Without this, it will be hard for the U.S. to point to Iraq as a success.”
 Dianne Feinstein - “We will defeat this if this comes to the floor. I suspect they won't even bring this to the floor.”
 Dianne Feinstein - “I'll make my own decision. I'm weighing a lot of things.”
 Dianne Feinstein - “I don't believe (Clinton's actions rise) to the level of impacting a danger on the nation to the extent that the nation has to be saved by removing this president from his office.”
 Diane Feinstein - “the will and the culture of this nation in ways that are everlasting and profound.”
 Dianne Feinstein - “I am concerned by a trend on the court to limit this right and curtail women's autonomy, ... It would be very difficult for me to vote to confirm someone to the Supreme Court whom I knew would overturn Roe v. Wade.”

Show Page 1
1
Show Page 2
2
Show Page 3
3
Show Page 4
4
Show Page 5
5
Show Page 6
6
Show Page 7
7