It's time for democrats to grow a backbone and stand up for what we believe.
Don't tell me words don't matter,
Be present - and see what a difference it makes in your lives and in the world.
I view the experiences that I have had - both the tough ones and the pleasant ones - as gifts.
We'll be competitive with organized labor, we're also competitive with regular, unorganized labor, working people who see their stakes and their future in the plans we're putting forward to move Massachusetts forward.
"Government" is the name we give to the things we choose to do together.
I think that hope, that ability to envision, to imagine a better way, and then to apply yourself to it, is the way to climb out of a hole, is the way to build a better life, is the way to build a better community and a better country.
Mitt Romney talks a lot about all the things he's fixed. I can tell you that Massachusetts wasn't one of them. He's a fine fellow and a great salesman, but as governor he was more interested in having the job than doing it.
A great teacher who is full of excitement and love for her students can make all the difference in their lives.
We're Americans. We shape our own future. Let's start by standing up for President Barack Obama.
Let's go tell everyone we meet that, when the American dream is at stake, you want Barack Obama in charge.
I don't want to be a senator.
Anybody who knows me knows that I'm no attack dog.
For too long, Democrats have been telling people what they want to hear. I'm going to tell you what I believe.
Hope for the best and work for it.
I do identify with St. Patrick, not just in name. He drove the snakes out of Ireland. I intend to drive the snakes out of the State House
We have drained common sense out of our politics. The more we focus on tactics and games, the more good people check out and give up
If you are ever going to move beyond where you stand at that moment you have to conjure a picture in your head of where you want to go,
It's a free country. I wish it weren't.
Two [Massachusetts coal burning power plants] remain: Brayton Point in the South Coast region and Mt. Tom, just down the road. Within the next four years, both should shut down and Massachusetts should finally end all reliance on conventional coal generation.
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