President Jackson Evans quotes

[after missing a shot while bowling] Well, that's what I get for my Leftist tendencies.

[to Gov. Hathaway] You're the future of the Democratic party. And you always will be.

I'll die before Shelly Runyon checkmates me.

[to Gov. Hathaway] Who doesn't want a shortcut to greatness?

[about Rep. Reginald Webster] Well, he may not know his right from his left, but he does know the difference between right and wrong.

[addressing the Congress] Napoleon once said when asked to explain the lack of great statesmen in the world, that "to get power you need to display absolute pettiness; to exercise power, you need to show true greatness." Such pettiness and greatness are rarely found in one person... Laine Hanson has asked that I allow her to step aside. She asked me to do this because she wants my presidency to end on a note of triumph and not controversy. Understand, those of you who worked to bring Laine Hanson down, that she asked to have her name withdrawn from consideration, NOT because she isn't great, but because she isn't petty. Because those two forms of leadership traits could not live in her body or her soul. Greatness. It comes in many forms, sometimes it comes in the form of sacrifice - that's the loneliest form.

I should have come down here and pointed my finger your way... [points at Rep. Shelley Runyon] ... pointed my finger YOUR way, and asked "Have you no decency, sir?"

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