Frankly we're a little concerned here about the popularity of the interest-only and no or low down payment loans. Everyone's situation is different, and they may be a good fit for some. But these kinds of loans can, I think, lead to people biting off more than they can chew.
Maybe in the old days, Sully gets clutched and grabbed there and held down. Now he can spin around three times around three different guys. It gives a guy like that more freedom to move.
We still have work to do, ... I thought we got lackadaisical at some points. We had too many penalties.
They could stop my shot wearing a bathing suit and holding a pair of pliers.
That was huge of management. And give Paul a lot of credit to come to a team with not a lot of well-known guys. But he saw an opportunity to join an up- and-coming team and help build a winner.
You have phantom income each year. No money is being put in your pocket, but you have to take some money out of your pocket to pay Uncle Sam because the tax is paid based on accretion.
If the owners are playing a high-stakes game of chicken, they'd be better off playing it with anybody else in the world besides hockey players. Because of all sports, we're probably the most stubborn, pig-headed players.
If he was indicted, that would have been a huge problem for the president. He would have been gone. Obviously there are other people there, but no one is like Karl Rove.
They haven't been able to maintain a strong message out of Iraq. That sucked a fair amount of public confidence out. It's no one big thing, but these nips and cuts along the way have taken time away from the bigger focus they should be having.
Republicans are in charge of the House, Senate and the White House, ... so why hasn't more been done to control spending?
Looking at America's history, ordinary people did something extraordinary. Leaders risked their lives for freedoms that we take for granted today.That's what instills confidence. That's us. We will move forward and prosper because that's who we are as Americans.
One of those promises was to limit the size of government and to have the government serve the people - and not the other way around.
So let me be clear, Collective bargaining isn't a right, it is an expensive entitlement. Once and for all, we are giving the taxpayers a voice in this debate. We put the power back in the hands of the people.
When we win, it will tell every politician in America that if you are bold, if you do the right thing, if you tackle the tough issues, there will be people standing there right with you.
So why am I facing a recall election? Simple: the big government union bosses from Washington want their money. They don't like the fact that I did something fundamentally pro-worker; something that's truly about freedom.