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I can’t stand to hear his [Obama’s] voice anymore. He’s a liar, and worse.
There's so much to think about when you're becoming an adult, and there's so many great poems about that apprehension and excitement.
I can see both sides of term limits, and I think, in different positions, term limits make more sense than in some others.
The bedrock of our democracy is the rule of law and that means we have to have an independent judiciary, judges who can make decisions independent of the political winds that are blowing.
You have to remind kids to stay connected to the meaning of Christmas. Sometimes it takes a little bit of effort, but it's so worth it.
After my mom died, there was so much written about her fashion and her style and all that, and I felt that one of the most important parts of her was missing, her real intellectual curiosity.
As much as we need a prosperous economy, we also need a prosperity of kindness and decency.
When you make the right decision, it doesn't really matter what anyone else thinks.
I think my mother... made it clear that you have to live life by your own terms and you have to not worry about what other people think and you have to have the courage to do the unexpected.
People don't always realize that my parents shared a sense of intellectual curiosity and a love of reading and of history.
Now is the time to move this country forward.
I don't remember my father reading to me, but I remember him telling me bedtime stories. I got to pick what was in them, and then he'd make them up.
Sharing the holiday with other people, and feeling that you're giving of yourself, gets you past all the commercialism.
To the extent that we are all educated and informed, we will be more equipped to deal with the gut issues that tend to divide us.
In my family in particular, I think, there was a sense we have to work twice as hard.
Many people remember that spirit that President Kennedy summoned forth. Many people look to me as somebody who embodies that sense of possibility.
The most beautiful people are all in the library.
Poetry is really a way of sharing feelings and ideas.
In terms of my marriage, you know, falling in love with my husband was by far the best thing that's ever happened to me.
I have come to believe, more strongly than ever, that after people die they really do live on through those who love them.
We need a President who is not afraid of complexity, who believes in an open and tolerant society, and who knows that the world can be made new again - and that President is Al Gore.
In those rare moments, when such a person comes along, we need to put aside our plans and reach for what we know is possible.
In a funny way, poems are suited to modern life. They're short, they're intense. Nobody has time to read a 700-page book. People read magazines, and a poem takes less time than an article.
I feel like my grandparents and parents gave me a tremendous amount. And if I can pass some of that on, then I'll be very happy.
Change isn't easy, it takes time.
I know how important it is to, you know, to be my own person.
The biggest problem is people are afraid of poetry, think they can't understand it or that it will be boring.
Well I've been writing books. So that, by its nature, is kind of a solitary occupation. And from time to time I have research help, but mostly I've done those completely on my own.
I enjoy writing. I enjoy that kind of process.
The happiest years of my mother's life were spent in Washington, D.C. It was where she met my father, where John was born and where I spent my earliest years.
I think that the presidency really brings out the best in a lot of people.
I have a lifelong devotion to public service.
I'm not as shy as everybody makes me out to be.
I know my mother so well, so it's hard for me to remember that people have a certain image of her, but they don't really know her personality.
Growing up in politics I know that women decide all elections because we do all the work.
I am, you know, a Democrat through and through. I've always voted Democratic. You know, that is where my heart lies.
Education was the most important value in our home when I was growing up.
I grew up in New York, I love New York.
Well, the role of money in politics is pretty corrupting right now.
Going into politics is something people have asked me about forever.
I've been a Democrat all my life.
I grew up in a household where reading was encouraged. My mother believed in the power of words, and my father obviously did too.
The amazing thing about the winners is that none of them really felt that they were doing anything special. They just felt like it was the right thing to do.
I've raised three kids. I'm a lawyer. I've written books on the Constitution.
Falling in love is a series of moments in which the ordinary becomes extraordinary. Those moments are not continuous, but the sense of union with another person is just about the best thing there is.