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Paul Begala
May 12, 1961 -
Nationality: American
Category: Journalist
Subcategory: American Journalist

Bill and Hillary Clinton are the most investigated couple in American history - now the most thoroughly exonerated couple in American history.


I was the guy that told Bill Clinton he was going to win. I had gotten the final polling numbers. He had a comfortable lead. He was not going to lose.


I think too many Democrats are too wimpy. But I think they're beginning to toughen up.


I used to go in at 5:30 or 6:00 so I could run.


If George W. Bush is given a second term, and retains a Republican Congress and a compliant federal judiciary, he and his allies are likely to embark on a campaign of political retribution the likes of which we haven't seen since Richard Nixon.


Again and again, I've seen Bush turn a blind eye as his henchmen have leveled zealous attacks against his political enemies - assaults which the president himself has sometimes directly encouraged.


See, I think if it just became who's sleeping with whom, then there's no reason to prefer one party over the other, 'cause the truth is we're all sinners.


It seems to me the American people never really forgave the Democrats for being right about Vietnam.


It must kill George Bush that John McCain is the most popular and Beloved Republican in America.


So one important lesson of Vietnam is, the first casualty of an unwise and unjust war are the American troops called on to fight it. Their service should be honored.


I didn't spend a lot of time on national security the American people will be glad to know.


My view was that the campaign had been a sacred thing, that it had been a real compact, because I was there and I saw the connection that Clinton made with people, and the connection that they made with him.


I'm very sunny. You know, I'm always optimistic.


Bush began helping Enron in the eighties.


It taught me that Clinton's instinct to make this about your life as a citizen, rather than his as a human being, was the right answer to these things.


I grew up in Tom DeLay's district.


Again, President Reagan was sort of an amiable presence out at the ranch by the last 6 months of his presidency. He had no effect on national policy at all.


Never interrupt your opponent when he's destroying himself.


This gets back to the fundamental lesson of political survival that Bill Clinton taught me, which is if you make it about the American people's lives instead of your life, you're going to be okay.


Politics is show business for ugly people.


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