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You know what's an amazing statistic, is there are 1,700 counties in our country that have no OB/GYN.
What's more amazing is the number is actually 1,500, and the White House website actually issued a correction. I'm pretty sure this is a first (the correction, that is, not Dubya having his facts mistaken). Bridgeport, Connecticut, Apr. 5, 2006

I'm a patient man, and so is the American people, much to the chagrin much to the chagrin of the enemy that still wants to take us on.
Bridgeport, Connecticut, Apr. 9, 2002

And so, in my State of the my State of the Union or state my speech to the nation, whatever you wanna call it, speech to the nation I asked Americans to give 4,000 years 4,000 hours over the next of the rest of your life of service to America. That's what I asked. I said 2 4,000 hours.
The medicine seems to be wearing off, Bridgeport, Connecticut, Apr. 9, 2002

I appreciate Lieutenant Governor Judi Kell for being here. Great to see you again, Judi.
Genuine expression of appreciation (?) offered to Connecticut's Lieutenant Governor - Jodi Rell, Bridgeport, Connecticut, Apr. 9, 2002

If you're like me, you won't remember everything you did here. That can be a good thing.
Address at Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, May 21, 2001

I loved history, and pursued a diversified course of study. I like to think of it as the academic road less traveled. For example, I took a class that studied Japanese Haiku. Haiku, for the uninitiated, is a 15th century form of poetry, each poem having 17 syllables. Haiku is fully understood only by the Zen masters. As I recall, one of my academic advisers was worried about my selection of such a specialized course. He said I should focus on English. I still hear that quite often. But my critics don't realize I don't make verbal gaffes. I'm speaking in the perfect forms and rhythms of ancient Haiku.
About as pained an attempt at pseudo-intelligent comedy as I've seen in some time (not to mention that it is factually inaccurate), Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, May 21, 2001

We must have the attitude that every child in America regardless of where they're raised or how they're born can learn.
I never expected birthing to come into this, New Britain, Connecticut, Apr. 18, 2001

There's not going to be enough people in the system to take advantage of people like me.
On the coming Social Security crisis, Wilton, Connecticut, Jun. 9, 2000


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