for whom sitting and waiting is a way of life.
an insult to American working men and women.
If I am confirmed as secretary of labor, I intend to keep faith with the men and the women who still work at jobs like those my parents held.
We are all saying no blank check to China, ... We have to be very clear to (Congress) about how important their vote is going to be.
My, what a difference a week makes.
But I've also been around this town long enough to know that when nobody is calling you and saying, 'Hang in there,' that isn't a great signal either.
I do believe Zoe Baird was treated unfairly.
I think most of the American people were upset during the Zoe Baird nomination that she hired an illegal alien. That was what upset them more than the fact the she did not pay Social Security taxes.
I don't believe what I did with Marta was illegal or was unethical or wrong, ... She was being battered and I invited her into my home. I provided her with assistance, I helped her get back to Guatemala, and I believe that was an act of compassion.
[But Chavez said she regretted the effect her actions had on the Bush transition team, which now is searching for a nominee to replace Chavez.] I made mistakes and I put the Bush transition team in a very difficult position, ... I understand it and I regret it, and I especially regret it because I deeply, deeply believe in this president.
There was such a backlash from social conservatives, the administration was not able to go anywhere with its guest worker program.
Frankly, I've often thought that conservatives might be partly responsible for Hillary's success. ... By demonizing her, we've elevated her importance and encouraged liberals to rally around her.
Most immigration opponents are loath to admit it, at least publicly, but they are worried that the huge influx of Hispanics will somehow change America for the worse. But those fears are unfounded. Some may talk about the browning of America, but immigrants are a net positive.
He doesn't have a sexist bone in his body.