My Favorite Quotes
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 Gordon Bethune - “You know how Chicago works You're either on United or American that's it, ... You take what they give you at the same fare, which means the whole United States would look like Chicago.”
 Gordon Bethune - “The fun part is, the same talk I would give gratis as CEO of Continental, I get paid handsomely for now.”
 Brian Bethune - “This sets the stage for a modest consumer expenditure growth slowdown in the fourth quarter, providing support for the Federal Reserve's very gradual approach to adjusting rates,”
 John Thune - “What I'm hearing back home is 'My gosh, it's so confusing,”
 John Thune - “my hope would be that the president will allow the process to work.”
 Brian Bethune - “There are reports of solid underlying demand for 30-year bonds from pension funds and insurance companies.”
 John Thune - “I'm extremely disappointed in what in my view was the secretary of Defense's poor judgment,”
 Mary Bethune - “Knowledge is the prime need of the hour”
 Brian Bethune - “The overall momentum in construction remains solid. We expect this pattern to continue, with public and commercial construction taking the leadership baton in 2006 as housing starts ease back moderately.”
 John Thune - “He made a pitch for why he would be good in leadership.”
 John Thune - “Ethanol reduces our dependence on foreign sources of oil and is an important weapon in the War on Terror. By investing in South Dakota's ethanol producers, we will strengthen our energy security and create new jobs.”
 John Thune - “Social Security is an extremely complicated program.”
 John Thune - “I don't happen to subscribe to the notion that everybody who criticizes Tom Daschle is criticizing Tim Johnson. I think that's a bit of a stretch.”
 John Thune - “We must work together to save and strengthen Social Security not just for my father's generation but also for my daughters' generation.”
 John Thune - “We must ensure that today's seniors' benefits are rock solid and find a solution that fixes Social Security for the next generation that is just entering the workforce.”
 John Thune - “The issue is the future of Social Security. The program as we know it today will not last. It is headed for bankruptcy.”
 Brian Bethune - “While the record drop in the top level index spells welcome relief from the painful post-hurricane energy price spikes in September, continued pressure on the core index over the next several months will keep the Federal Reserve vigilant on the inflation watch.”
 Brian Bethune - “In terms of economic growth, the fundamentals are clearly on the side of the U.S.. We don't think there's going to be a lot of additional momentum, but even if (the dollar) treads water, it's still going to be an attractive investment.”
 Brian Bethune - “Mortgage purchase applications continue to track downwards, suggesting that most of the expected pop in housing sales in January was weather-related.”
 Brian Bethune - “We're definitely going to see a very strong first quarter. It looked like consumers were hibernating in December, and all they needed was an excuse to go on a spending spree. The weather provided that.”
 Brian Bethune - “The warm weather in January will provide a temporary upward boost to housing construction, but activity is expected to taper off in February.”
 Brian Bethune - “That was a gust of wind in the spinnaker.”
 Brian Bethune - “The Fed has been kind of on autopilot here for quite a while, ... Now all of a sudden they're going to have to start doing some work. I don't think a robotic response is appropriate here.”
 Mary Bethune - “The whole world opened to me when I learned to read.”
 Gordon Bethune - “Around the world, today's air travelers demand reliability, flexibility and high-quality service. We know from our previous dealings with them that the SkyTeam members are world-beaters by all these measures, and we're proud to be part of a global alliance that shares our focus on the customer.”

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