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Laura Bush



    I mean I am the person who lives with him. I know what he is like, and I know what he thinks, and I know how he cares about people.

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    We've been living in an age of self-absorption .... But the amazing thing is that on one day it all stopped.

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    I urge everyone, men and women, to pay attention to the new government that's being formed. I hope that women will be part of it. I think a society can truly succeed when every member has the opportunity to participate, and I say that in the radio broadcast.

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    I know there are qualified women that are in the pool of people who are being looked at.

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    You bet, this is going to cost money, ... But I'm confident we can handle it, and I'm confident that we can handle our other priorities.

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    The federal government will be a welcoming agency, ... It will put money up to allow faith-based programs to compete side-by-side with secular programs all aimed at making sure America is the greatest country possible for every single citizen.

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    I think men are lost right now. They don't know what their role is. Women have had power through the ages, and men are afraid of it. Women have gone through a tremendous amount of pain to give their gifts to the world. Religion has become a small fence around a great and glorious idea.

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    We're humbled by the vast and indifferent might of nature, and feel small beside its power,

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    Through this tragedy, great duties have come to our nation. The destruction of this hurricane was beyond any human power to control, but the restoration of broken communities and disrupted lives now rests in our hands.

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    She's doing a terrific job as your governor. She's restoring the public's trust in state government.

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    Katrina exposed serious problems in our response capability at all levels of government and to the extent the federal government didn't fully do its job right, I take responsibility,

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    I think the American people expect the United States government and the president to do what they can to make sure there's not an attack by foreign terrorists.

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    She's restoring the public trust in government leadership.

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    This is the week for people to hear what teachers need -- what they need, what they want from their government, what they need and want from their communities (and) parents. From everybody that should work and support teachers.

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    All levels of the government are doing the best they can, ... So long as any life is in danger, we've got work to do. Where it's not going right, we're going to make it right.

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    The question we must answer now is how do we nurture the development of the next generation of women leaders in Africa and worldwide. The answer begins with education. ... Educated children grow up to be adults who have more opportunities to work, to support their families, and to fully participate in the life of their communities.

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    I believe that women everywhere share the same dreams; to be educated, to live in peace, to enjoy good health, to be prosperous and to be heard. And, of course, these dreams start with the education of girls.

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    This holiday, when we have so many American military men and women deployed, it's a bittersweet holiday for the families who are here separated from their loved ones, ... Larry King Live.

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    It's great to be back home in Midland. We so appreciate your love and support. George sends his best to everyone here. George doesn't like to think of his home as historic, but he does turn 60 in July.

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    I miss teaching. I love teaching. And I have the opportunity, because I visit schools all the time, to still read with children and work with children.

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    I'm not the one who was elected." Although she disagreed with her husband on a lot of issues," she emphasized, "I would never do anything to undermine my husband's point of view.

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