William A. Galston
Last quote by William A. Galston
They were there all along. It's not like this bill created them.
NEW Mar 24 2017
William A. Galston has been quoted 11 times. The one recent article where William A. Galston has been quoted is A postponed health-care vote, a big GOP embarrassment and no good options ahead. Most recently, William A. Galston was quoted as having said, “A promise that looked like a political winner when they started talking about it seven years ago is now beginning to look like a massive political headache.”.
Quotes by William A. Galston
Mar 23 2017
A promise that looked like a political winner when they started talking about it seven years ago is now beginning to look like a massive political headache.
Mar 22 2017
The Trump agenda is like a one-lane road with this big truck called 'healthcare' in the lead. If that truck breaks down, everything else will back up.
Mar 21 2017
What's typical about talented governors of small states is that they are head and shoulders above the other politicians in their state, and they can–through force of intellect and character and a loyal dedicated staff–move the political system of those states… Washington is not that way at all.
Nov 07 2016
Will she suddenly discover a knack for inspiring people? I don't think so. She will be asked to be judged on the results of patience and hard work. She's less charismatic than her husband but much better organized.
Nov 07 2016
Then it gets tougher.
Nov 07 2016
Many of these questions would be shaped by the foreign policy team around him, about which we know nothing. Virtually the entire Republican foreign policy establishment has jumped ship.
Oct 31 2016
If the central promises of modern politics are peace and prosperity, we really haven't had either for a long time. That created an atmosphere of discontent and protest that affected both political parties this year.
Jun 25 2016
There's a trust issue here. A lot of the pro-Leave people said, Why are they so confident that if we put 'Britain first,' it's going to be worse than what has happened to us when international treaties and laws and regulations have shaped our economy?
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