I wrote my thesis on welfare policy.
Doctors have an ethical duty to follow the practices and standards of care.
I made a fairly bold pledge that I wanted Virginia to be the energy capital of the East Coast.
I think people are by-and-large happy with the providers that they have got now. They treasure that doctor-patient relationship.
I think the more we embrace the culture of life and respect life, the better that we do.
I'm chairman of the Republican Governors Association.
I'm really the candidate who has really lived his whole life in suburbia.
Jobs are what give people a sense of fulfillment and self-reliance.
Like everybody, my views on many issues have changed as I have gotten older.
Military families so much appreciate the love, support and prayers.
No matter what side of the spectrum you're on, you like to see your team fighting for the principle.
No president has ever been elected with unemployment over 8 percent.
I think in Washington, D.C., a lot of people are talking down about business.
I am all for using business - public and private - to expand healthcare coverage.
Fiscal responsibility and government reform are going to be good themes for governing, well at any time, but particularly coming out of a recovery.
Informed consent is required for every invasive medical procedure, from getting your ears pierced to having an abortion.
People want results. I call it 'results oriented conservatism,' R.O.C. because that's what people want out of government.
My wife and daughters work. My campaign manager in 2005 was a working mother. I appointed 5 women to my senior staff as Attorney General.
I don't think the objective of an abortion clinic is to try to talk women out of having the procedure. That obviously would not be positive for their bottom line.
The EPA is now the Employment Prevention Agency.
If you know you're supported, you're going to work harder, you're going to be more focused on your mission.
Are we a nation of guarantees or are we a nation of opportunities to achieve the American dream?
Every governor's got tough choices to make.
Expanding Medicaid without fixing Medicaid is a terrible idea.
I tell you what Hispanics in Virginia tell me they want. They want access to the American dream. Thats why they come here to Virginia and to America, so they want more opportunities to start small business, better schools.
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