I think life is sacred, whether it's abortion or the death penalty.
No couples in Virginia can adopt other than a married couple - that's the right policy.
I just want to serve people. I know it sounds like a simple cliche.
My sense is that economic anxiety means electoral volatility.
People will pay a price for putting political obstruction over progress in a time that is so critical and urgent.
I'm not going to be anybody's punching bag.
Authenticity is key.
I say we are climbing out of a ditch and we are climbing up.
I'm not going to give a courtesy gift to a person who's going to win, and I'm not going to give a sympathy gift to a person who's going to lose.
One of the things we wrestle with nationally is, 'If we want the economy to be strong, what should we do?' Why not learn some lessons from Virginia?
The best way to deal with the deficit is through economic growth.
When I talk to people outside the beltway, I don't think people are that divided.
You have got to connect your land use decisions with transportation decisions.
But people ought to be proud to be Democrats right now. You know, we're a happy warrior party. And this Congress has every reason to be very, very proud of the heavy lifting that they have done.
The American economy has always been the innovator in the world, and we're starting to see some tremendous increases in innovation, especially in the clean energy sector.
Anne and I have now been married almost 32 years, and I am the luckiest husband in the world.
As governor, I cut $5 billion in spending.
Gay individuals should be able to adopt.
I am a governor who left office with a smaller general fund budget than when we started.
I am boring.