We were so shocked by how fast that war went that President Bush did not have a plan, a peace plan.
If you ask me a question, don’t tell me what the question is in advance, ’cause I’d rather not know.
I was a trial lawyer when I was elected to Congress.
I enjoyed debate on the floor but it’s not really debate in the same way.
You people married to Italian men, you know what it’s like.
People who live through transplants or disasters like Sept. 11 are survivors.
For one thing, one of the wonderful things that we now have is instead of the huge budget surpluses that President Clinton left us with, we now have these huge deficits that we’re going to be facing into the future.
But I made one mistake which I would never repeat as a member of Congress when I was in Washington, and that was when I was elected I didn’t go on trips because I was so afraid of having someone accuse me of taking junkets.
We had prepared, my staff had prepared for me a whole dossier on virtually – on George Bush on his votes on his records, what he had done over the past number of years in public service.
And it was, it was not beating George Bush, believe it or not, the bottom line as far as I was concerned was introducing to the public who Gerry Ferraro was.
President Reagan’s one-liners were terrific.
What are my sources of strength? My husband and my three kids, my health-care team, and my religion.
I’m a happy camper because by doing this I have an opportunity to be on the cutting edge of research.
But I do think its necessary to have debates.
I have been extremely lucky; I am a person who is currently living with a cancer that is under control.