Nancy Pelosi Quotes and its meanings

Nancy Pelosi has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Dreams Education Equality Freedom Future Government Health History Hope Politics Sad Success Technology War Women

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What does Nancy Pelosi write about?

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What are the top most famous quotes by Nancy Pelosi?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Nancy Pelosi.

  • I say to my colleagues never confine your best work, your hopes, your dreams, the aspiration of the American people to what will be signed by George W. Bush because that is too limiting a factor.
  • Furthermore, we believe that health care reform, again I said at the beginning of my remarks, that we sent the three pillars that the President's economic stabilization and job creation initiatives were education and innovation - innovation begins in the classroom - clean energy and climate, addressing the climate issues in an innovative way to keep us number one and competitive in the world with the new technology, and the third, first among equals I may say, is health care, health insurance reform.
  • For 25 years, it has been my privilege to represent the city of San Francisco and the great state of California to work to strengthen our vibrant middle class to secure opportunity and equality.
  • The American dream is about freedom.
  • Freedom is secured every day by our men and women in uniform. We must build a future worthy of their sacrifice.
  • Jobs mean freedom for workers to support their families.
  • What we're discussing privately and publicly, is a budget which is a blueprint for the future which creates jobs, which educates our children, which provides healthcare for all Americans, which takes our deficit down, which gives a tax cut for 95% of the American people.
  • Let's just do what is right for the American people. And those of us who are involved in politics and government know that our responsibility is to the American people, that we have a responsibility to find our common ground, to seek it and to find it.
  • Think of an economy where people could be an artist or a photographer or a writer without worrying about keeping their day job in order to have health insurance.
  • I think about my parents all the time, especially on Sunday when I'm at Mass. My mother always said, 'We do not pray to win elections. We pray for people's health, we pray that God's will be done, we pray that we do our best. But we do not pray to win elections.'