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  • I do miss being in the great debates. But I don't think the debates are as great as they used to be. Politics in this country has gotten very nasty in the past 10 or 15 years.
    (Gary Hart)

  • This is one Hart that you will not leave in San Francisco.
    (Gary Hart)

  • Some of us have learned to listen when Richard A. Clarke has something to say.
    (Gary Hart)

  • Follow me around. I don't care. If anybody wants to put a tail on me, go ahead. They'd be very bored.
    (Gary Hart)

  • There is virtually nothing going on under the Bush administration that wasn't going on under the Nixon administration. For younger people, this seems new. It's really a rerun of '68-72.
    (Gary Hart)


  • There's an approach which says, 'Let's raise the stakes and call,' ... That if Republicans want a ten-division Army, let's be for a twelve-division Army. I think that's just nonsense, frankly. It's stupid policy. Trying to get on the other side of the Republicans is folly, both politically and substantively.
    (Gary Hart)

  • The attractive lady whom I had only recently been introduced to dropped into my lap... I chose not to dump her off.
    (Gary Hart)

  • There is always some fig leaf being used.
    (Gary Hart)

  • When I was in office, the morning TV shows were dedicated to public policy. You'd turn on the 'Today' show and they'd have serious discussions of health-care problems and Cold War issues, and they'd have people from Congress on. Now it's all about lifestyle. It's cooking, it's dressing, it's celebrity-oriented, it's promotion of other television programs on the network, it's sensationalism. I think the heirs of William Randolph Hearst have taken over the whole industry.
    (Gary Hart)

  • Having a firm grip on the money that leaves your business is an important aspect of financial discipline. This solution is an effective mechanism that controls costs, gives you greater visibility and allows you to increase your business' bottom line.
    (Gary Hart)

  • Waist-deep in the Big Muddy, and the big fool said to push on.
    (Gary Hart)

  • Some serious gaps presently exist, ... They are not presently coordinated either to protect, prevent or respond to a major terrorist attack.
    (Gary Hart)

  • There was no Democratic leader telling the American people the truth about how the war in Iraq is absorbing so many resources it's making our country more vulnerable and less secure.
    (Gary Hart)

  • is the standard for preemption under international law.
    (Gary Hart)

  • Hart also wants Democrats to stand up and say they made a mistake when they voted for the war and to beg the American people to forgive them. What's at stake, ... is not just the leadership of the Democratic Party and the nation but our nation's honor, our nobility, and our principles.
    (Gary Hart)


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