Ron Fournier Quotes and its meanings

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

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What does Ron Fournier write about?

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What are the top most famous quotes by Ron Fournier?

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  • For a man who has compared himself to Theodore Roosevelt and the nation's challenges to those of the Gilded Age, Obama put forward a tepid agenda.
  • Shock, confusion, fear, anger, grief, and defiance. On Sept. 11, 2001, and for the three days following the worst terrorist attack on U.S. soil, President George W. Bush led with raw emotion that reflected the public's whipsawing stages of acceptance.
  • We're living in an era of unprecedented change, and I want to be a part of documenting it.
  • Climate change was a point of division between Obama and Republican rival Mitt Romney. The president declared climate change a global threat, acknowledged that the actions of humanity were deepening the crisis, and pledged to do something about it if elected.
  • Close elections tend to break toward the challenger because undecided voters - having held out so long against the incumbent - are by nature looking for change.
  • Washington's answer to a self-inflicted financial crisis reminded Americans why they so deeply distrust the political class. The 'fiscal cliff' process was secretive and sloppy, and the nation's so-called leadership lacked the political courage to address our root problems: joblessness and debt.
  • The failure of the White House and Congress to seriously address the nation's fiscal situation is certain to broaden the belief among many voters that the U.S. political system is broken.
  • With gridlock the norm, Congress's approval rating is below 10 percent and the public has lost faith in its national leadership.
  • You can almost see voters nodding their heads at home: The public's faith in politicians and political institutions has been on a steep and dangerous decline for decades, because elected leaders fail to deliver.
  • AP promoted me to the White House beat because I knew Clinton, his family, friends, and staff better than anybody in the national press corps. Those contacts helped me break a few stories and get my career in Washington jump-started.