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Look, I'm a cancer survivor, all right? So I have great personal empathy for people who have pre-existing conditions and can't get insurance.
But unlike Hillary Clinton, I know that flying is an activity, not an accomplishment.
Margaret Thatcher - a woman I greatly admire - once said that she was not content to manage the decline of a great nation. Neither am I. I am prepared to lead the resurgence of a great nation.
Most of the media... is positioning the merger with Compaq and the recent actions by Walter Hewlett and David Packard as a fight between the past and the future.
The truth is, I'm proud of the life I've lived so far, and though I've made my share of mistakes, I have no regrets.
We need more transparency and accountability in government so that people know how their money is being spent. That means putting budgets online, putting legislation online.
To build a great company, which is a CEO's job, sometimes you have to stand up against conventional wisdom.
A company is an organic, living, breathing thing, not just an income sheet and balance sheet. You have to lead it with that in mind.
The hardest thing for a chief executive to do is to tell someone that they don't have a job anymore.
The world is a more tragic and dangerous place when American isn't leading and, under this president, we have not been leading.
I've never thought in terms of 'men do this' and 'women do that.'
We need a fearless fighter in the White House - not just to win this election, but also to restore the character of our nation.
I certainly support civil unions.
People are tired of the status quo. You see that in various movements in and out of our the Republicans party, but most candidates are offering hollow rhetoric, not specific solutions.
People who don't fit the mold are treated differently than those who do.
A vendor neutral, standards-based approach must be adopted
Look, you need technical skills to run a company.
I think the dot-com boom and bust represented the end of the beginning. The industry is more mature today.
The truth is, I was afraid the day I walked into Stanford. And I was afraid the day I walked out.
I am a conservative and proud of it.
Many people have asked me how I feel about losing my job
I think leadership of any kind requires trust and transparency and voters should demand no less from their political leadership in government.
If you have a line of business - I know this as a CEO - or if you have a teenager - I know this as a parent - who have a spending problem, what do you do? You quit giving them money.
I've made tough calls and tough times and been held accountability. I think that is the kind of leadership that the American people need now to produce results.
It's the federal government's job to secure the border.
What is that hair? So yesterday.
My job is to continue to work very hard, to make sure the American people understand who I am, what I believe in, what I'll fight for. It's why I have been so accessible to the press.
I do not support Common Core because there is absolutely no evidence that a big, centralized bureaucracy makes anything better. In fact, there is a lot of evidence to the contrary.
Fiscal policy is not just, or even not even principally, the purview of the president.
You know, I'm very proud of the large number of Hispanic endorsements that I've received.
The most important thing about a child's education is to have a great teacher in front of the classroom and a lot of choice and accountability with parents.
What is really disappointing about this president is not just lack of leadership, but his tendency to always place the blame for his lack of leadership somewhere else
It's that government bureaucracies crush innovation. We are falling further and further behind in our government.
Citizens, it is time to take our country back from the political class, from the media, from the liberal elite.
Religious liberty must be protected in this country. It's a principle upon which we were founded.
Nobody needs to worry whether or not I've been tested.
We must move from revenue-neutral to revenue-reducing tax reform, because the federal government spends far too much money.
The truth is in California you can't build a new manufacturing facility, and businesses are leaving in droves because of bad government policy.
Once I dive in, I dive in all the way.
If Hillary Clinton had to face me on a debate stage, at the very least, she would have a hitch in her swing.
We also know that ISIS is recruiting who are not in those databases. So of course, we're going to miss them. And then we now learn that DHS says, "No, we can't check their social media."
I think our nation is at a pivotal point. Too many people fear that we are losing the sense of limitless possibility that has always defined this nation.
For heaven's sakes, every parent in America is checking social media and every employer is as well, but our government can't do it.
We need a different kind of leadership in the White House that understands how to get bureaucracies competent again.
I didn't say I would cut off all communication with [Vladimir] Putin. What I said was as president of the United States, now is not the time to talk with him.
[Donald] Trump is a [Hillary] Clinton Christmas gift.
[Hillary] Clinton, we are not where we need to be in the fight against ISIS.
Margaret Thatcher was a great leader for her nation at a pivotal and a perilous time. So, I find the comparison flattering, but that's up to others to say whether that comparison is justified.
I go to social media, check out my granddaughter's new boyfriend, but the Department of Homeland Security can't figure out they need to be tracking they jihadi web sites?
As president, the first thing I will do is secure the border. It will take money, manpower, and technology - but most of all, it will take political will.