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What did Eliot Spitzer say about Politics?

Eliot Spitzer has written many quotes about Politics. E.g.,

  • A year is an eternity in politics - though less than a moment in history.
  • I think President Obama could have handled politics and policies differently. But he has been decisive, strong, and consistent - important qualities in a president. Mitt Romney is indeed an Etch A Sketch, the antithesis of leadership.
  • It's time to let science and medicine, not politics and rhetoric, lead us to good, sound policy.

What are the top most famous Politics quotes by Eliot Spitzer?

Here are the top most famous quotes about Politics by Eliot Spitzer.

  • A year is an eternity in politics - though less than a moment in history.
  • I think President Obama could have handled politics and policies differently. But he has been decisive, strong, and consistent - important qualities in a president. Mitt Romney is indeed an Etch A Sketch, the antithesis of leadership.
  • It's time to let science and medicine, not politics and rhetoric, lead us to good, sound policy.
  • Sometimes in politics, you think you've seen it all. Turns out I was wrong.
  • In politics you learn to always smile.
  • I do not believe that politics in the long run is about individuals. It is about ideas.
  • In the melting pot that is America, inclusive trumps exclusive. Whether it's single women, young adults, or minorities, alienating the rapidly growing voting blocs is not smart politics.
  • Why does it have to be politics? Is there a dynamism to that world and a theoretical capacity to do things that draws many talented people? Absolutely. Are there other ways to be involved and lead an interesting life? Of course.
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