Words matter. These are the best Tim Pawlenty Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
The rising cost of prescription drugs has sparked a prairie fire that is spreading across our nation.
It is the era of Trump, and I’m just not a Trump-like politician.
I do support enhanced interrogation techniques. Obviously their value is shining through with respect to the bin Laden killing.
In my address last year, I spoke on the issue of gaming. My preference then is my preference now: to keep gaming within its existing contours, but to explore a better deal for all Minnesotans.
It appears that President Obama is making great progress on climate change, he is changing the political climate in the country back to Republican.
A great deal has been said about my commitment not to raise taxes. It’s a core value – it’s common sense – it’s important to keeping and growing jobs – and it’s mainstream!
When President Bush left office, the deficit was approximately $500 billion. It is now approximately now $1.5 trillion. In other words, President Obama has essentially tripled the deficit.
History has taught us over and over again that freedom is not free. When push comes to shove, the ultimate protectors of freedom and liberty are the brave men and women in our armed forces. Throughout our history, they’ve answered the call in bravery and sacrifice.
We should say to private employers, if you knowingly hire illegal immigrants, there’s going to be a consequence. I underline the word ‘knowingly.’ And you make available a system like E-Verify.
We want market-based, consumer-based reforms in health care. We want to give people incentives to make wise choices in a marketplace, not centralized choices and have government mandates and takeovers.
There is a group of individuals who are radical jihadists. We need to call them by name. They believe it is OK to kill people in the name of their religion. It is not all of Islam. It is not all Muslims. But there is a subgroup who believe it is OK. In fact, it is their plan and design to kill people.
One of the things about leadership is that you’ve got to show up. And if you want to be president of the United States you’ve got to make a case to the American people that Barack Obama needs to be dismissed from his position.
A strong dollar reflects a strong country and a strong economy, and we need to make sure that we get the – stop the practice of devaluing the dollar.
I’m a market person, but there are certain circumstances where you’ve got to have government put up the guardrails or bust up entrenched interests before they become too powerful.
We have a country that is $5 a gallon gas, $4 a gallon gas, we got unbearable unemployment and a federal government that is out of control. We have to take back this country and we’ve got to get off the sidelines and take it to President Obama.
Legal immigration should emphasize merit and meeting the needs of the U.S., including specific unmet workforce needs.
I have traveled around Minnesota and addressed many issues, and immigration is one of those issues.
The federal government is responsible for addressing how to address the status of the estimated 9 to 15 million people who are in the country illegally, but local and state law enforcement can be helpful partners in that regard.
The unions and the auto companies have been unable to put a deal together that fundamentally restructures the industry. It needs to get done. The only way it’s really going to get done is in bankruptcy court. They should have done it six months ago they should do it now.
The reason that the unions and the other stakeholders have not cut a deal with the automakers is because they believe the federal government is going to bail them out.
We need to be calling out the flaws and misguided decisions of the Democrats in Congress and the Obama administration.
If the federal government is dumb enough to give it to us, we’ll be smart enough to take it. In Minnesota’s case, we are not a net taker of money from the federal government.
Medicaid is essentially bankrupt, Medicare is essentially bankrupt, why the heck would we give the federal government another entitlement program to manage?
Oil companies have played a role in suppressing the development of alternative fuels.
National polls basically always misinterpret the final outcome or mis-predict the final outcome.