You can't bomb a people just in case.
I will listen to Mr Bush but my position is very clear and very firm. The occupation is a fiasco. There have been almost more deaths after the war than during the war.
It's true that the war in Iraq opened a distance in relations between part of Europe and the U.S. government, but our basic ties are stronger than that. We share democracy, free markets and a commitment to Western security. We differ on how to guarantee that security.
We're aligning ourselves with Kerry. Our allegiance will be for peace, against war, no more deaths for oil, and for a dialogue between the government of Spain and the new Kerry administration.
Wars such as those which have occurred in Iraq only allow hatred, violence and terror to proliferate.
Democratic power is the only voice most citizens have.
The corporations and the media don't need power; they already have it.
Markets are very important but for the government the citizens are more so.
No Spanish government has given into terror and no government will do that.
The more equality women have, the fairer, more civilized and tolerant society will be. Sexual equality is a lot more effective against terrorism than military strength.
Any peace process after so many years of horror and terror will be long and difficult.
I want to increase our spending on research and development by 25%. That's something the U.S. does very well. That dynamism alongside a welfare state in the European community - that's the synthesis I want to achieve.
The economic, social and cultural progress of a nation depends on citizens counting for more and having more rights.
The risk of a terrorist victory is greater when in fighting terror, democracy betrays its own essence.