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Americans spend 6 billion hours a year filling out their tax reforms.
Manchester, New Hampshire, Oct. 1, 2004

Forty-three days before the election, my opponent has now suddenly settled on a proposal for what to do next, and it's exactly what we're currently doing. We're working with the international partners. We're training Iraqi troops. We're reconstructing the reconstructing the company. We're preparing for elections.
I'm pretty sure that John Kerry has never called for "reconstructing the company", Derry, New Hampshire, Sep. 20, 2004

It breaks my heart to see the loss of innocent life and to see brave troops in combat lose their life. It just breaks my heart. But I understand what's going on. These people are trying to shake the will of the Iraqi citizens, and they want us to leave. That's what they want us to do. And I think the world would be better off if we did leave. If we didn't if we left, the world would be worse.
Another brilliant slip of the tongue, Derry, New Hampshire, Sep. 20, 2004

The best way to protect us is to stay on the offensive and to find terrorists before they try to harm us again. And they will.
Wow! That's reassuring. Nashua, New Hampshire, Mar. 25, 2004

We've been through a recession. That means things are going backwards.
Ahhh, that's what it means, Nashua, New Hampshire, Mar. 25, 2004

I saw a threat. The Congress saw a threat. The United Nations Security Council saw a threat in the form of Saddam Hussein. He was not only a threat to people in the Middle East because of terrorist ties. He's a threat to America or anybody else who loved freedom. He's a threat to his own people. He had torture chambers and mass graves.
Past tense, present tense, past tense as only Dubya can deliver it, Nashua, New Hampshire, Mar. 25, 2004

We increased the child credit to $1,000 per child. That helps people raising their families. If you've got children, it helps a lot.
That stands to reason, since the credit only applies to people who have children, Nashua, New Hampshire, Mar. 25, 2004

We're really proud of you. I love the story. It's what I love about our country, isn't it?
You tell me, Dubya. Nashua, New Hampshire, Mar. 25, 2004

He got him 175 employees, which is a good size company.
It sure do, Nashua, New Hampshire, Mar. 25, 2004

Had I known that the enemy was going to use airplanes to strike America, to attack us, I would have used every resource, every asset, every power of this government to protect the American people.
Why is the mode of attack pertinent to whether Dubya would have done his best to protect America? Nashua, New Hampshire, Mar. 25, 2004

We increased expenses, particularly in two areas the military. If I put somebody in harm's way, they're going to get the best, as far as I'm concerned. [Audience applauses...] Thank you all. Sit down, please. Yes, I appreciate you applauding our troops. That's who you're applauding.
Not only is the banter humorous, but Dubya never got around to revealing the second area wher he increased expenditure, Nashua, New Hampshire, Mar. 25, 2004

Brian Stowell is here. ...He says the tax cuts helped a lot. That's his words, not mine. ...He's going to buy a new router, made in North Carolina. There's a router worker who's going to be a benefit from his decision caused by tax relief.
Emphasizing tax relief fo "router workers", Manchester, New Hampshire, Oct. 9, 2003

Medical liability reform is a national problem that requires a national solution. The House has passed a good bill. It is stuck in the Senate. Senators must understand no one has been healed by a frivolous lawsuit in America.
I'm sorry, this one always makes me laugh... Manchester, New Hampshire, Oct. 9, 2003

Millions of thousands of people millions of dollars and thousands of people millions of dollars aren't being invested and thousands of people aren't working.
It's neat, you can see the sentence take shape before your very eyes, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Nov. 1, 2002

These people don't have tanks. They don't have ships. They hide in caves. They send suiciders out.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Nov. 1, 2002

I was proud the other day when both Republicans and Democrats stood with me in the Rose Garden to announce their support for a clear statement of purpose: You disarm, or we will.
Yeah, that's crystal clear... Manchester, New Hampshire, Oct. 5, 2002

I know something about being a governor, and I know what it takes to get elected.
Write your own joke. Manchester, New Hampshire, Oct. 5, 2002

I'm honored that Governor Shaheen is here today. I appreciate her taking time out of her schedule to come and pay her respects to the Presidency.
This just sounds really strange (not to mention imperious) to me, Manchester, New Hampshire, Oct. 5, 2002

If we remain strong and focused and tough when we need to, if we continue to speak clearly about right from wrong and defend the values which are not American values, but God-given values we can achieve peace. We can achieve peace in the world, we can achieve peace for our citizens.
Dubya the Crusader doing his best to put the fear of God into the enemies of Christianity the U.S., Manchester, New Hampshire, Oct. 5, 2002

If we hold our values, God-given values in the forefront, and that is freedom, we can achieve a peaceful world.
I guess secular values just don't matter as much, and apparently plural-singular agreement doesn't, either, Manchester, New Hampshire, Oct. 5, 2002

You need to listen carefully to the debates that goes on in our nation's capital. You see, some of them are goes on with people trying to get to the nation's capital. Some of them, they talk about the government's money.
The "Great Explainer" strikes again, Manchester, New Hampshire, Oct. 5, 2002

The definition of a patriot in the face of the evil done to America is to serve something greater than yourself in life, is to help somebody in need, is to love a person one at a time, as we remember that which I know we will.
All I can say is "Wow." Manchester, New Hampshire, Oct. 5, 2002

The problem we have, and the reason we have to continue to talking about this issue is because of a quirk in the Senate rules. And I'm going to let old Judd [ = Senator Judd Gregg of New Hampshire], after I leave back to go see my mother, tell you what how this happened. Let me just put it to you this way, in plain language. The Senate has got the kind of rule where you pass the tax cut and then ten years it goes back to where we were. The way I like to put it, if I can in plain English is, on the one hand, they taketh away, on the other hand, they giveth. On the one hand they give tax relief, on the other hand, you don't get tax relief. It's hard to explain in Manchester, New Hampshire, and it's darn sure hard to explain in Crawford, Texas.
This strikes me as inane on so many levels that it defies further analysis, Manchester, New Hampshire, Oct. 5, 2002

Some communities you say, hey, American Dream and they go, what does that mean?
Manchester, New Hampshire, Oct. 5, 2002

I think we need not only to eliminate the tollbooth to the middle class, I think we should knock down the tollbooth.
As reported in the New York Times, Nashua, New Hampshire, Feb. 1, 2000

Will the highways to the Internet become more few?
Commenting on the potential effects of the Time Warner/AOL merger as only he can, Concord, New Hampshire, Jan. 29, 2000

This is Preservation Month. I appreciate preservation. It's what you do when you run for president. You gotta preserve.
Speaking during Perseverance Month at Fairgrounds Elementary School, Nashua, New Hampshire, Jan. 28, 2000

You're working hard to put food on your family.
No need for comment on this one, Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce, Nashua, New Hampshire, Jan. 27, 2000


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