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We need to strengthen and save Social Security for today's workers. If we don't act now, this system, born out of the New Deal, will become a bad deal. ---->>>

The money that goes into Social Security is not the government's money. it's your money. You paid for it. ---->>>

Are we still a country that takes risks, that innovates, that believes anything is possible? Or are we a country that is resigned to whatever liberty the government decides to dish out?

Are we still a country that takes risks, that innovates, that believes anything is possible? Or are we a country that is resigned to whatever liberty the government decides to dish out?

A reporter asked recently, 'What keeps you up at night?' I replied that I generally sleep well, but if I ever do have trouble, I don't have to count sheep. I count all the states I'm glad I'm not the governor of. ---->>>

We hear the stories every day now: the father who puts on a suit every morning and leaves the house so his daughter doesn't know he lost his job, the recent college grad facing up to the painful reality that the only door that's open to her after four years of study and a pile of debt is her parents'. These are the faces of the Obama economy. ---->>>

To call this a recovery is an insult to recoveries. ---->>>

After adding trillions to the debt on big-government policies most Americans didn't ask for and which we couldn't afford, Democratic leaders say they need more money, which they intend to take from small business, even though small businesses create the majority of new jobs. ---->>>

We're living under the Obama economy. Any CEO in America with a record like this after three years on the job would be graciously shown the door. This president blames the managers instead. He blames the folks on the shop floor. He blames the weather. ---->>>

And this year, when we end the cruel, defeatist practice of passing children who cannot read into fourth grade, and when our most diligent students begin to graduate from high school in 11 years, and get a head start on college costs with the dollars they earned through their hard work, others will take notice of Indiana yet again. ---->>>

The bill that job creators and out-of-work Americans need us to pass is the one that ensures taxes won't go up - one that says Americans and small-business owners won't get hit with more bad news at the end of the year. ---->>>

By their own admission, leaders of the Republican Revolution of 1994 think their greatest mistake was overlooking the power of the veto. They gave the impression they were somehow in charge when they weren't. ---->>>

The White House has a choice: They can change course, or they can double down on a vision of government that the American people have roundly rejected. ---->>>

Today, Democrats not only have the White House; they have the Senate too. So we have to be realistic about what we can and cannot achieve, while at the same recognizing that realism should never be confused with capitulation. ---->>>

While other state governments stiff their vendors, close parks, delay tax refunds, and ignore unacceptably poor service levels, Indiana state employees are setting national standards for efficiency. ---->>>

It took us in this country 11 years to get from the Declaration of Independence to the Constitution.

It took us in this country 11 years to get from the Declaration of Independence to the Constitution.

It's time Congress got its priorities straight. ---->>>

The new troops in Iraq need to be Iraqi troops. ---->>>

Things happen in American politics in the political center. If the President will meet us in the center, there are things we can accomplish. ---->>>

There is a lot of room for improvement in Social Security. We owe our children the most financially sound system possible. They will have paid into it their entire working lives. They deserve to be protected by it. for our children and grandchildren. ---->>>

For four years, Barack Obama has been running from the nation's problems. He hasn't been working to earn reelection. He's been working to earn a spot on the PGA tour. ---->>>

Mitt Romney has never been resigned to what someone else said was possible. He cut his own path. That's why he believes in his heart that America has a future full of opportunity and hope. And that's why when Mitt Romney looks down the road, he sees a country that's ready for a comeback. ---->>>

The president feels not only do we need to change these rogue regimes, but even our friendly allies, who really basically have, sort of, benign dictatorships, need to get with the program if they want to have long-term security and prosperity from terrorism. ---->>>

The debt they ran up in the first year of the Obama administration is bigger than the last four years of the Bush combined. ---->>>

If the administration wants cooperation, it will have to begin to move in our direction. ---->>>

Americans don't think we should be raising taxes on anybody, especially in the middle of a recession. ---->>>

More young people believe they'll see a U.F.O. than that they'll see their own Social Security benefits. ---->>>

We all know that Social Security is one of this country's greatest success stories in the 20th century. ---->>>

It is time for a leader who will lead. ---->>>

I think the important thing to remember here is that we haven't been attacked again at home since September of 2001. ---->>>

The fact is, if our primary legislative goals are to repeal and replace the health spending bill; to end the bailouts; cut spending; and shrink the size and scope of government, the only way to do all these things it is to put someone in the White House who won't veto any of these things. ---->>>

America is about to turn the page on Barack Obama's four-year experiment in big government. ---->>>

Mitt Romney has spent his entire life finding ways to solve problems. ---->>>

The administration still wants to govern from the far-left and that's going to produce kind a partisan result here in the Congress. ---->>>

We're not gonna misread our mandate. ---->>>

It just doesn't occur to an American that someone else will solve their problems. Americans take pride in solving problems for themselves. And if we fail, we get back up and try again. It's what we do. It's who we are. ---->>>

Syria and Iran have always had a pretty tight relationship, and it looks to me like they just cooked up a press release to put out to sort of restate the obvious. They're both problem countries; we know that. And this doesn't change anything. ---->>>

Bolton's exactly what the U.N. needs at this point. The president's right on the mark in picking him. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 02-20, 1942
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Occupation: Politician

Addison Mitchell McConnell Jr. (born February 20, 1942) is an American politician and the senior United States Senator from Kentucky. A member of the Republican Party, he has been the Majority Leader of the Senate since January 3, 2015. He is the 15th Republican and the second Kentuckian to lead his party in the Senate (wikipedia)