Joe Sestak Quotes
Look, I went to war, and we knew by survey that when I went to war that we had a certain percentage in that carrier battle group, and when I was on the ground briefly in Afghanistan, that were gay. And now we come back to America and say they don't have equal rights. I've never understood it. This is something where we have to correct this.
If you lease a part of your soul in a campaign, Washington, D.C., and the establishment... will think they have an option to buy.
Amateurs do tactics, experts do logistics, as we learn in the military.
People ask me if I'm liberal or conservative. I say neither - I'm pragmatic.
We need a president who will stand up for the CFPB and get it back into fighting shape. It is too important to be allowed to disintegrate.
Instead of measuring military readiness in terms of overall size and numbers, we must focus on metrics of capability, particularly in technology, and positioning.
Well, you know, I kind of lived my whole life with people, on a Navy ship, and I'm son of an immigrant. And we've all - really appreciate being able to make something clear in a simple way that families quite understand.
Our enlisted are the backbone of our service, are exceptionally a bright group of men women.
Torture is and must remain illegal. Warrantless wiretapping is also illegal, as was the transfer of Guantanamo detainees to Qatar without proper notice.
Washington, D.C.'s lost the trust and faith of everyone.
If elected president, it will be my solemn duty to always hold myself accountable to the American people. They deserve nothing less.
Some of the greatest national security threats we face cannot be defeated or defended by traditional military hardware, but only by greatly enhanced cyberspace warfare, including both offensive cyber-warfare and cyber-security.
I think we do stand in this nation for equal rights for everybody.
I really believe, if I learned anything in the military, it was that I was accountable for my actions and I like to be part of the team that kind of brings that back to Washington, D.C. - not just responsibility, but accountability and being ready to lose my job over doing what's right.
Having served in the military, I know that militaries can stop a problem, but they can't fix a problem.
We must end semi-automatic weapons that are used for war. We don't want those in the streets of America and that's why I've got to go to the people on this, not just the elected representatives and Senate, just like I did in my district.
I wore the cloth of the nation for over 31 years in peace and war, from the Vietnam and Cold War eras, to Afghanistan and Iraq, and the emergence of China.
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