Reagan's First Inaugural Address Part 1

"Thank you. Thank you. Senator Hatfield, Mr. Chief Justice, Mr. President, Vice President Bush, Vice President Mondale, Senator Baker, Speaker O'Neill, Reverend Moomaw, and my fellow citizens: To a few of us here today this is a solemn and most momentous occasion. And, yet, in the history of our nation it is a commo...

Reagan's First Inaugural Address Part 2

"Well, this Administration's objective will be a healthy, vigorous, growing economy that provides equal opportunities for all Americans with no barriers born of bigotry or discrimination. Putting America back to work means putting all Americans back to work. Ending inflation means freeing all Americans from the terr...

Reagan's First Inaugural Address Part 3

"We shall reflect the compassion that is so much a part of your make-up. How can we love our country and not love our countrymen -- and loving them reach out a hand when they fall, heal them when they're sick, and provide opportunity to make them self-sufficient so they will be equal in fact and not just in theory? ...

Reagan's First Inaugural Address Part 4

"We will maintain sufficient strength to prevail if need be, knowing that if we do so, we have the best chance of never having to use that strength. Above all we must realize that no arsenal or no weapon in the arsenals of the world is so formidable as the will and moral courage of free men and women. It is a weapon...

Religious Belief and Public Morality Part 1

"Thank you very much, Father Hesburgh, Father McBrien, all the distinguished clergy who are present, ladies and gentlemen: I am very pleased to be at Notre Dame and I feel very much at home, frankly -- not just because you have seven or eight hundred students from New York state, not just because -- not just because...

Religious Belief and Public Morality Part 2

"In the end, I am absolutely convinced that we will all benefit if suspicion is replaced by discussion, innuendo by dialogue, if the emphasis in our debate turns from a search for talismanic criteria and neat but simplistic answers to an honest, more intelligent attempt at describing the role that religion has in ou...

Religious Belief and Public Morality Part 3

"'Fishhooks' notwithstanding, I speak here as a politician; and also as a Catholic, a layperson baptized and raised in the pre-Vatican II Church, educated in Catholic schools, attached to the Church first by birth, then by choice, now by love; an old-fashioned Catholic who sins, regrets, struggles, worries, gets con...

Religious Belief and Public Morality Part 4

"I may use the prescribed processes of government -- the legislative and executive and judicial processes -- to convince my fellow citizens, Jews and Protestants and Buddhists and nonbelievers, that what I propose is as beneficial for them as I believe it is for me. But it's not just parochial or narrowly sectarian ...

Religious Belief and Public Morality Part 5

"So that the fact that values happen to be religious values does not deny them acceptability as part of this consensus. But it does not require their acceptability, either. Think about it: The agnostics who joined the civil rights struggle were not deterred because that crusade's values had been nurtured and sustain...

Religious Belief and Public Morality Part 6

"Now, today there are a number of issues involving life and death that raise questions of public morality. And they are also questions of concern to most religions. Pick up a newspaper -- almost any newspaper -- and you're almost certain to find a bitter controversy over any one of these questions: Baby Jane Doe, th...

Religious Belief and Public Morality Part 7

"And while in the past some Catholic theologians may appear to have disagreed on the morality of some abortions -- It wasn't, I think, until 1869 that excommunication was attached to all abortions without distinction -- and while some theologians may still disagree, I accept the bishops' position that abortion is t...

Religious Belief and Public Morality Part 8

"And it wasn't, I believe, that the bishops endorsed the idea of some humans owning and exploiting other humans. Not at all. Pope Gregory XVI, in 1840, had condemned the slave trade. Instead it was a practical political judgment that the bishops made. And they weren't hypocrites; they were realists. Remember, at the...

Religious Belief and Public Morality Part 9

"And so very respectfully, and after careful consideration of the position and the arguments of the bishops for a long time, I've concluded that the approach of a constitutional amendment is not the best way for us to seek to deal with abortion. I believe that the legal interdicting of abortion by either the federal...

Religious Belief and Public Morality Part 10

"The hard truth is that abortion is not a failure of government. No agency, no department of government forces women to have abortion[s], but abortions go on. Catholics, the statistics show, support the right to abortion in equal proportion to the rest of the population. Despite the teaching we've tried in our homes...

Religious Belief and Public Morality Part 11

"And without dropping their campaign to ban abortion, those who banner -- gather under the banner of 'pro-life' can join in developing and enacting a legislative bill of rights for mothers and children, as the bishops have already proposed. Remember this: While we argue over abortion, the United States' infant morta...

Religious Belief and Public Morality Part 12

"That's the bishops teaching us: 'Consider all things.' The bishops have been consistently pro-life and I respect them for that. Ladies and gentlemen, the problems created by the matter of abortion are obviously complex and confounding. Nothing is clearer to me than my personal inadequacy to find compelling solution...

Renunciation Speech Part 1

"Good evening, my fellow Americans: Tonight I want to speak to you of peace in Vietnam and Southeast Asia. No other question so preoccupies our people. No other dream so absorbs the 250 million human beings who live in that part of the world. No other goal motivates American policy in Southeast Asia. For years, repr...

Renunciation Speech Part 2

"Our purpose in this action is to bring about a reduction in the level of violence that now exists. It is to save the lives of brave men --and to save the lives of innocent women and children. It is to permit the contending forces to move closer to a political settlement. And tonight I call upon the United Kingdom a...

Renunciation Speech Part 3

"President Thieu told his people last week, and I quote: 'We must make greater efforts, we must accept more sacrifices, because as I have said many times, this is our country. The existence of our nation is at stake, and this is mainly a Vietnamese responsibility.' He warned his people that a major national effort i...

Renunciation Speech Part 4

"Now, what is at stake is seven years of unparalleled prosperity. In those seven years, the real income of the average American, after taxes, rose by almost 30 percent -- a gain as large as that of the entire preceding 19 years. So the steps that we must take to convince the world are exactly the steps that we must ...

Renunciation Speech Part 5

"And we have done all that we knew how to do to contribute and to help build that confidence. A number of its nations have shown what can be accomplished under conditions of security. Since 1966, Indonesia, the fifth largest nation in all the world, with a population of more than 100 million people, has had a govern...

Renunciation Speech Part 6

"I pray that it will not be rejected by the leaders of North Vietnam. I pray that they will accept it as a means by which the sacrifices of their own people may be ended. And I ask your help and your support, my fellow citizens, for this effort to reach across the battlefield toward an early peace. Finally, my fello...

Renunciation Speech Part 7

"So, I would ask all Americans, whatever their personal interests or concern, to guard against divisiveness and all of its ugly consequences. Fifty-two months and ten days ago, in a moment of tragedy and trauma, the duties of this office fell upon me. I asked then for your help and God's, that we might continue Ame...

Remarks at the Brandenburg Gate Part 1

"Thank you. Thank you, very much. Chancellor Kohl, Governing Mayor Diepgen, ladies and gentlemen: Twenty four years ago, President John F. Kennedy visited Berlin, and speaking to the people of this city and the world at the city hall. Well since then two other presidents have come, each in his turn to Berlin. And to...

Remarks at the Brandenburg Gate Part 2

"Japan rose from ruin to become an economic giant. Italy, France, Belgium -- virtually every nation in Western Europe saw political and economic rebirth; the European Community was founded. In West Germany and here in Berlin, there took place an economic miracle, the Wirtschaftswunder. Adenauer, Erhard, Reuter, and ...

Remarks at the Brandenburg Gate Part 2

"The Western alliance responded by committing itself to a counter-deployment (unless the Soviets agreed to negotiate a better solution) -- namely, the elimination of such weapons on both sides. For many months, the Soviets refused to bargain in earnestness. As the alliance, in turn, prepared to go forward with its c...

Remarks at the Brandenburg Gate Part 3

"To open Berlin still further to all Europe, East and West, let us expand the vital air access to this city, finding ways of making commercial air service to Berlin more convenient, more comfortable, and more economical. We look to the day when West Berlin can become one of the chief aviation hubs in all central Eur...

Remarks at the Brandenburg Gate Part 4

"But I believe there's something deeper, something that involves Berlin's whole look and feel and way of life -- not mere sentiment. No one could live long in Berlin without being completely disabused of illusions. Something, instead, that has seen the difficulties of life in Berlin but chose to accept them, that co...

Reinvent the phone

"Today Apple is going to reinvent the phone."

Rebates to 130 million households

"By the summer the treasury department expects to have sent rebates to about 130 million American households. These rebates will provide eligible Americans with payments of up to $600 a person, $1200 a couple, and $300 per child."

Repeatedly submitted proposals to help

"In the past 18 months, gas prices have gone up by $1.40 per gallon. Electricity prices for small businesses and families are rising as well. I've repeatedly submitted proposals to help address these problems, yet time after time the congress chose to block them."

Rising Food Prices

"Americans are concerned about rising food prices. Unfortunately, congress is considering a massive bloated farm bill that would do little to solve the problem. The bill congress is now considering failed to eliminate subsidy payments to multimillionaire farmers."

Real Contest Here in North Carolina

"But I'm excited that for the next ten/twelve days, we're gonna have a real primary contest here in North Carolina to help pick the next president and all of you are going to decide who that next president will be because you are going to have a chance to have your voices heard and your votes counted."

Right now we're winning

"The way we are going to close the deal is by winning and right now we're winning. And, what we will do is keep on campaigning in Indiana, North Carolina, and Oregon?these other states. And, at the conclusion of all these contests people will go back and take a look and say, who's won?"

Right white people

"A culture controlled by right white people."

Rev. Wright damaging to Obama's campaign

"I think he's doing what he thinks is right and I don't think there is any doubt that what has been exposed about some of Rev. Wright's most fiery sermons has really been damaging to Obama's campaign and if I were running under those circumstances I would probably want to separate myself as much as possible from any...

Respectful campaign

"I pledge to conduct a respectful campaign and I urge time after time various entities within the republican party to also do that."

Relationship has changed

"I want to use this press conference to make people absolutely clear that obviously whatever relationship I had with Reverend Wright has changed as a consequence of this. I don't think that he showed much concern for me. More importantly, I don't think he showed much concern for what we were trying to do in this c...

Radio Transmitter

Radio white noise

Rewind and stop

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Rope being pulled

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Ratchet

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Rain on tent

Reverend Al Sharpton 2004 Democratic National Convention Address

Tonight, I want to address my remarks in two parts. One, I'm honored to address the delegates here. Last Friday, I had the experience in Detroit of hearing President George Bush make a speech. And in the speech, he aksed [asked] certain questions. I hope he's watching tonight. I would like to answer your quest...

Rendezvous with destiny

"You and I have a rendezvous with destiny."

Roll call of honor

"All of these men were part of a roll call of honor with names that spoke of a pride as bright as the colors they bore; The Royal Winnipeg Rifles, Poland's 24th Lancers, the Royal Scots' Fusiliers, the Screaming Eagles, the Yeomen of England's armored divisions, the forces of Free France, the Coast Guard's 'Matchbox...

Renew our commitment

"We will pray forever that someday that changing will come. But for now, particularly today, it is good and fitting to renew our commitment to each other, to our freedom, and to the alliance that protects it."

Reject can't-do claims

"Now the journey ahead will not be easy. Some will say we can't do it, that it's too hard, we are just not up to the task. But for as long as America has existed it has been the American way to reject can't-do claims and to choose instead to stretch the boundaries of the possible through hard work, determination, an...

Remake America

"Now, sixteen months ago you and I began a journey, to make history and remake America."

Really Tough

"If you're really tough you're not always looking to try to start a fight. If you're really tough sometimes you just walk away."

Real Enemies

"We have real enemies in the world. These enemies must be found. They must be pursued and they must be defeated."

Racial Stalemate

"This is where we are right now. It's a racial stalemate we've been stuck in for years. Contrary to the claims of some of my critics, black and white, I have never been so na?ve as to believe that we can get beyond our racial divisions in a single election cycle, or with a single candidate."

Ready to Believe

"In this election, we are ready to believe again!"

Reward the Workers

"Change is building an economy that rewards not just wealth, but the work and workers who created it."

Reward the Workers

"What you won't hear from this campaign or this party is the kind of politics that uses religion as a wedge, and patriotism as a bludgeon."

Rise of the Oceans

"This was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow, and our planet began to heal."

Remake a Nation

"This was the moment ? this was the time ? when we came together to remake this great nation so that it may always reflect our very best selves, and our highest ideals."

Ronal Reagan

"As you know Ronald Reagan said it was the evil empire, and then little down the line as he matured and rolled and found a man that he can relate and identify with Mikhail Gorbachev. He said 'Gorbachev tear down that wall.'"

Russia against America

"Russia against America, you know what I mean, and this is what we really, that's the deal."

Relying on Us

"Every American who is desperate for a fair economy and affordable healthcare, who wants to bring our troops back from Iraq, who hopes for a better education and future for his or her child, these people are relying on us, you and me."

Rekindling the Spirit

"We want to know, how can we rekindle that spirit?"

Reflection

"Why can't we have a government that reflects the values of the voters?"

Ready to Respond

"As long as there is a senior citizen out there who is not being cared for we have to be ready to respond."

Ronal Reagan

"As you know Ronald Reagan said it was the evil empire, and then little down the line as he matured and rolled and found a man that he can relate and identify with Mikhail Gorbachev. He said 'Gorbachev tear down that wall.'"

Russia against America

"Russia against America, you know what I mean, and this is what we really, that's the deal."

Restoring Fairness to Economy

"I think the basic principle of restoring fairness to our economy, and encouraging bottom up economic growth, is important."

Recipe for Economic Growth

"That is not a recipe for long-term economic growth."

Raise Taxes on the Rich

"I think that we've had an economy that has been out of balance for too long. So the general principle of raising taxes on higher income Americans, like myself, and providing relief to those who haven't benefitted as much from this new global economy, I think is a sound one."

Reduce Spending

"Reduce spending. Stop the growth of spending."

Run Your Ass Into the Ground

"Now I'll fucking run your ass right into the ground."

Reversing Without Evidence is Unbelievable

"That someone would reverse it without conclusive, indisputable visual evidence is just unbelievable."

Rip Me

"Rip me. If you wanna rip somebody, rip my fuckin' ass."

Reconsideration

"The way he handles himself, the way he handles his team, players, everybody, um, he's, uh, a great guy and uh um, ya know hopefully there'll be some reconsideration. Uh, but, um, ya know the boss does what he wants."

Reagan starts Firecracker 400

"Gentlemen start your engines."

Roger announces comeback to the Yankees from Stadium

"Thank you all. Well they came and got me out of Texas. I can tell ya it's a privilege to be back and I'll be talking to y'all soon."

Rose Admits to Gambling on Other Sports

"I gambled on other sports other than baseball, I never gambled on baseball but uh, I think I'm being punished pretty severely."

Rivals

"For 16 months, Senator Clinton and I have shared the stage as rivals for the nomination, but today I could not be happier and more honored and more moved that we're sharing the stage as allies to bring about the fundamental changes that this country so desperately needs."

Renewable Energy

"We can decide that it's time to give Americans immediate relief with another round of tax-rebate checks and eliminate the oil company giveaways and invest in clean, renewable energies like wind and solar and biofuels - investments that can create millions of jobs and clean up the planet and free ourselves from depe...

Rewarding Work, Not Wealth

"Start rewarding work and not just wealth."

Rally around that person

"And now it's time to rally around that person and attribute to him all that owes with being carrying the banner of the Democratic Party. And all the dignities that go with it."

Regret?

"I don't regret any of the things I did. I mean what did you look like 10 years ago?"

Re-write

"As far as I'm concerned some of them weren't good enough and I just said go back and write some more."

Radio Garden

"Then Roger would come up with something like 'Radio Ga Ga' and it's perfect."

Reeping the profit

"I enjoy? reeping the profits."

Rock-opera

"Yah cause it's not, it's not a rock-opera."

Repeatedly stated

"Senator Obama repeatedly stated his commitment to meeting with the president of Iran, he was specifically asked and said he would meet without any preconditions with the president of Iran because he thought it was good to have face to face conversations with our adversaries."

Repeat the idea

"Why does Senator Obama believe it's so important to repeat that idea over and over again? Because he knows it's very difficult to get Americans to believe something that they know is false."

Reducing greenhouse emissions

"Senator Obama has no record of being involved in this issue that I know of. I will stick by my record and my commitment of many years to reducing greenhouse gas emissions."

Reclaim our good name

"Starts with reclaiming our good name as the party of spending restraint. We've got to regain that good name as Republicans."

Republican and Democrat disease

"This is a republican and Democrat disease and it's got to be cured."

Reach a conclusion

"If you took all the economists in the world and put them end to end, you wouldn't reach a conclusion."

Respectful campaign

"I have pledged to conduct a respectful campaign."

Remarkable success

"They are achieving remarkable success. Malaki is becoming a very strong leader, much to the surprise of some, and very pleasant outcome of this. I believe we will reach a status of force this agreement with the Iraqis. It?s a give and take. It?s a negotiation. And I am confident that we?ll be able to arrive at an a...

Reagan Democrats will succeed there

"I am convinced that the American people, once they examine both candidates and I appreciate and admire Senator Obama and the campaign he's run. But I believe there are stark differences. And I believe that the same appeals that President Reagan made to the so called Reagan Democrats will succeed there."

Respect for the Republican nominee

"As the general election begins, let us remember our obligation to honor the highest values of our democracy and conduct this campaign in the spirit of respect for the Republican nominee. No, no, in that case I'm glad I brought it up."

Revitalize our automobile industry

"Barack Obama knows that we are too dependent on foreign oil and carbon fuels and has proposed a plan to create millions of good new jobs in renewable green energy, conservation and efficiency. Here in Detroit, you know we need to revitalize our automobile industry with a commitment to plug-in hybrids and low emiss...

Rejected special interest

"I think we would know this change was coming if a new generation rejected the special interest politics of the past and the big money that fueled it and instead used the internet to get small donations and unite Americans in a common effort to realize our common destiny."

Rappers in the White House

"It was George Bush, your president, that had Puffy Combs, in the White House!"

River to lake

Rainforest Ambiance

Radio

Radio interference

Radio switch

Radio static

Ringing tone

Ringer

Really?

"Really, really, mmm, well."

Rewind

Rufous Gorgetted Flycatcher Call

Rainfall

Robots in my mind

"Robots in my mind."

Robot Afterhours 1

Robot Afterhours 2

Road sign sound

Rubber duck

Read My Lips

"Read my lips."

Rebuild a Chocolate New Orleans

"It's time for us to rebuild a New Orleans, the one that should be, a chocolate New Orleans. And I don't care what people are saying, up town or wherever they are. This city will be chocolate at the end of the day. This city will be a majority African-American city. It's the way God wants it to be!"

Rachel Buchman Reporter

"Hi my name is Rachel and my telephone number is XXX-XXX-XXXX. I wanted to tell you that your're evil horrible people. You're aweful people, you represent horrible ideas, God hates you and He wants to kill your children. You should all burn in hell. Bye!"

Rated PG

"Parental guidance is sugggested."

Reagan on Pac-Man

"I have to say of course, that there are some things that are current today thats sweeping the country that I haven't had time to get familliar with, Pac-man for example, I asked about it and someone told me it was a round thing that gobbled up money. I thought that was Tip O'neil."

Rim Shot

Rio Grande Leopard Frog

Rufescent Screech Owl

Rufous Banded Owl, Pair

Rufous Banded Owl

Rufous Legged Owl

Rufous Owl

Rip the pants fart

Raptor

Retro Lazer Gun

Race Car turns corner.

Rebel Yell

"That's the rebel yell."

Recognizing a wrong committed in this country's name

Rich Republicans

"All those rich Republicans go up and stand naked against redwood trees!"

Respect

"I have treated you, and all of the people who've interrupted my rallies, with a hell of a lot more respect than you've treated me!"

Rights

"We were not brought here to enjoy the, uh, constitutional gifts that they speak so beautifully of today."

Race pride

"And, uh, racial dignity had been, uh, instilled within us, then we can go to anyone's school and we'll still retain our race pride."

Recognition and respect

"They've also gained recognition and respect as human beings much faster than you and I."

Right to bear arms

"The Constitution of the United States of America clearly affirms the right of every American citizen to bear arms."

Refine the system

"We need to refine the system."

Recognition is a proxy

"In markets where profits are not possible, recognition is a proxy."

Renewable resources

"There is a growing understanding around the world that when change is driven by proper incentives, you have a sustainable plan for change, because profits and recognition are renewable resources."

Responsibility for the movement

"This is a worldwide movement, and we all have the ability, and the responsibility, to accelerate it."

Reducing poverty in the world

"We're living in a phenomenal age. If we can spend the early decades of the 21st century finding approaches that meet the needs of the poor in ways that generate profits and recognitions for business, we will have found a sustainable way to reduce poverty in the world."

Reduction of cynicism

"The cynicism about this will be reduced as it is mapped sector by sector into more concrete activities."

Requirements for quality

"And the requirements for quality are actually dramatically higher than ever before."

Running mate

"I know you're super busy, but I'm sure you're starting to think about who would be your best running mate."

Really new

"Well, to create a new standard, it takes something that's not just a little bit different, it takes something that's really new, and really captures people's imagination."

Really huge

"That was really huge."

Red Sweater 1

"This is, without question, the most comfortable red sweater I've had on in six years. I can't tell ya."

Red Sweater 2

This is, without question, the most comfortable red sweater I've had on in six years."

Remember That Guy 1

"Coach, make sure you remember that guy. That is the rottenest sumbitch on campus."

Rottenest Sumbitch

"That is the rottenest sumbitch on campus."

Remember That Guy 2

"Remember that guy. He's' the best sumbitch you could ever meet."

Really great

"It was great. It was really great to be able to do that."

Respect him

"I respect him so much."

Revolutionary

"They we're very revolutionary."

Rich rock star

"And also I'm a rich millionaire rock star."

Records of my own

"By that point I want to just be putting out records of my own."

Ridicule

"And it was amazing that it was ridiculed."

Relationship

"A pretty special relationship."

Really great

"We look at what they do and we think some of it's really great."

Really happy

"You know, we're really happy."

Regret?

"I don't regret any of the things I did. I mean what did you look like 10 years ago?"

Re-write

"As far as I'm concerned some of them weren't good enough and I just said go back and write some more."

Radio Garden

"Then Roger would come up with something like 'Radio Ga Ga' and it's perfect."

Reeping the profit

"I enjoy? reeping the profits."

Rock-opera

"Yah cause it's not, it's not a rock-opera."

Renewable technology

"I don't mind drilling in an environmentally sustainable way in states like New Mexico, the West, in continental United States. That's fine. Why don't we do that? We do have to go to fragile ecosystems, the coast of Florida, the coast of California, with no measurable impact? But the main point is that, our continue...

Reducing global climate change

"Reducing global climate change. I think it's a sensible, not just environmental policy, but national security."

Rebuild their lives

"We'll do everything necessary to try to rebuild their lives."

Represented thugs

"There's also a lot of discussion about Greg Craig not only representing the Cuban government because that's who was paying him in 2000. It was not the father of Elian. He was doing that on behalf of Fidel Castro. And his tied to a lot of other dictators in the hemisphere as well. I mean, Greg Craig just doesn't rep...

Respect that view

"Could I just say I respect that view and I understand it."

Rosy of a face

"And I also think that I'd like to hear more national leaders telling the American people that there is going to be pain and disruption and adjustment to our way of life in this country to address these challenges. I think too rosy of a face is being put on it."

Reprocessing facility

"You should visit their reprocessing facility, which they've been doing for many, many years without any accidents or difficulties or problems. And they are meeting closer to the Kyoto requirements of their green house gas emissions closer than just about anybody else."

Riding in a fighter plane

"Well I don't think riding in a fighter plane and getting shot down is a qualification to be president."

Reduction in crime

"Academics and politicians speaking as if a rising rate of incarceration and a reduction in crime were unrelated facts. But, of course, when the most violent and persistent criminals are in prison, crime rates will go down. And they have gone down. And this is exactly what happened through the 1990s and most of this...

Runs against public interest

"Earmark spending runs against the public interest in many ways, and especially public safety is in the balance."

Renew our efforts

"And now we will renew our efforts to free all of the others, innocent people who are unlawfully being held hostage."

Really brilliant

"The strike, the plan, which they had begun, they've been working toward a period of days. It was really brilliant and very bold. And they had begun to carry it out last night so they were hopefully they would complete it successfully today."

Ready to implement

"I think the timing was fortuitous. I think they just felt that they had it ready to implement and they implemented it."

Right Experience

"You can have the right kind of experience and the wrong kind of experience."

Risk

"Now you can all run for president - you played risk!"

Really Good

"I have had a really good time."

Real Tragedy

"The real tragedy of abject poverty and terrible healthcare and life being basically a roll of the dice is that it breaks the connection between effort and reward."

Reduce the CO2

"Do everything you can to reduce the CO2 that you're responsible for."

Religious Republican

"I'm a religious Republican, too."

Republican

"There's another way you can tell you're a Republican - your faith in free enterprise, faith in the resourcefulness of the American people, and faith in the US economy."

Represented thugs

"And his tied to a lot of other dictators in the hemisphere as well. I mean, Greg Craig just doesn't represented Fidel Castro but he's represented thugs across the world."

Rising to this challenge

"And rising to this challenge will take all of the vision, creativity, and resolve of which we are capable."

Risky

"There's a lot of things that are risky."

Right balance

"That's what leads to the right balance."

Really great

"It's really great when you show somebody something and you don't have to convince them they have a problem that this solves, they know they have a problem you can show them something and they go, oh my god, I need this, and I think you're going to see a lot of things like that happen over the next year or two."

Really hard

"It's really hard for one company to do everything."

Really good

"That's gonna be good, that's gonna be really good."