Thomas E. Mann
Last quote by Thomas E. Mann
Management of large, public agencies is really difficult and requires bringing in experienced and knowledgeable people and working in ways that doesn't alienate people.
Dec 18 2016
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Thomas E. Mann is associated, including agency and management. Most recently, Thomas E. Mann has been quoted saying: “To call this the 'new normal' is to make light of the seriousness of what's going on.” in the article Trump transition points toward presidency with new norms. An other article where Thomas E. Mann has been quoted is The data said Clinton would win. Why you shouldn’t have believed it.
Quotes by Thomas E. Mann
Nov 30 2016
To call this the 'new normal' is to make light of the seriousness of what's going on.
Nov 10 2016
If we could go back to the world of reporting being about the candidates and the parties and the issues at stake instead of the incessant coverage of every little blip in the polls, we would all be better off. They are addictive, and it takes the eye off the ball.
Jan 19 2013
In these deeply polarised times, I don't think political capital exists. Certainly, Republicans showed no respect for the capital he presumably earned as a result of his stunning and overwhelming victory in the 2008 election. To a person, Republicans opposed him on virtually everything he tried to do.
Nov 07 2012
He was a moderate Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He was pragmatic, got a lot of thing done and now, in order to win the nomination, he has to be someone else.
Aug 27 2012
There are a number of billionaires and very wealthy millionaires who have written checks for more than a million dollars to these individual committees. Almost all the money raised and spent goes for television and radio ads.
Apr 11 2012
If Rick Santorum had any prospect of a victory in Pennsylvania, he would have stayed in because he'd like to stick around and hope for a miracle. It's certainly over now. It'll be officially over once the Republican Convention convenes and Romney is nominated on the first ballot.
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