It's very simple. If the American people care about a lot of things including corruption in government, then, in fact, if you use the power to appoint in order to do political business, to clear fields, to save your party money and so on, if it's not a crime - and I believe it is - it certainly is business as usual, politics of corruption.
Peace in Palestine is inevitable. The question is how do we make it happen today.
The debate on how to shrink the federal government is at the core of our problem of government not doing its job.
Every ISP is being attacked, maliciously both from in the United States and outside of the United States, by those who want to invade people's privacy. But more importantly they want to take control of computers, they want to hack them, they want to steal information.
I've always been fond of the saying that when it comes to oversight and reform, the federal government does two things well: nothing and overreact.
I've said my patience is not infinite.
You can call me a pain. I'll accept that as a compliment.
Every portal coming into this country is being attacked by those who would harvest information, both national security secrets and just the common information of private individuals and private individuals. That crime is going on, every day, on a single entity known as the Internet.
Cleveland's a great place when you're a kid. You hardly ever get sunburned, without the sun shining.
I don't need to be looking at every failure of government, I need to be looking where failure of government needs reform.
I have an I.Q. of 100 plus a little bit. I have to work real hard to get things when I read.
Politics is cyclical.
Some people want to amass a great amount of wealth and make a great looking obituary. I'm going to die with more money than is good to leave my son.
The American people have a right to except that the rule of law will guarantee that even if we don't like the policy, that it's done properly.
Well, I'm going to try to make a real difference in Washington's spending patterns.
Remember, America's greatness is based on creating wealth like the rest of the world has never known, and then, making sure it's shared throughout a middle class and even the underprivileged.
Too often, a problem is allowed to fester until it reaches a crisis point... and the American people are left asking the question: what went wrong and why?
Bureaucracies tend to grow and to brag about their growth based on how many individuals they have and how much money they spend.
Every one of our congressional offices, every day, is under attack.
Everyone has a past.