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10 Famous Quotes by Bill Brady
5/15/1961 - (Present)
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We knew that the job results were not what he was saying. We knew that he was talking about jobs being created that really weren't there.

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He's decided the African-American community is more important to his re-election than the Jewish community. He doesn't care about ending discrimination.

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You can't continue to ignore the losses our state has struggled with. The recipe that this administration has doctored up has been a disastrous one.

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We've seen these long-term outlooks a lot more of late, and for the life of me I can't figure out why these companies are doing it.

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My goal is to help people get off of reliance on government and move them to self-reliance.

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It's like Goldilocks here. You've got to be just right. You can have not too much experience nor too little. I think you need to have just the right amount.

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A governor has the power to stay executions or commute sentences on a case-by-case basis, not to issue a blanket moratorium. We have put in place the safeguards necessary to protect innocent men and women from being executed.

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I don't believe the people of Illinois want a governor that is unclear on the basics of legislation or one who plays loose and fast with the facts.

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My parents didn't raise me to hold children responsible for their parents' actions.

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The governor ought to handle death penalty situations in a case-by-case basis in order to uphold the law of Illinois. I support the death penalty in limited circumstances, and I think it's incumbent upon the governor to make sure that innocent people are not put to death. We don't need a moratorium to do it for us.

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