Sheri L. Dew
If we don't do as well as we know how and we are prepared to do, it'll be largely because we act and make choices as though we're going to stay here, as though this life is all there is, when that is not the case.
Living life is a choice. Making a difference in someone else's isn't.
You can't judge my choices without understanding my reasons.
On the table, Donald Trump: I'm gonna let Obamacare fail. I am going to let it fail. I am not gonna own this. This is an utter failure, utter disaster. I've tried. I worked with people. Obviously we don't have enough Republicans who want to vote this way. We need more Republicans in 2018, but I'm gonna let it fail 'cause I am not owning this baby. So failure, which is Obamacare, stays in place with all of its problems, expenses, failures versus repealing it. I'm telling you, the most painful choice here is leaving Obamacare in place.
Militant feminists are pro-choice because it's their ultimate avenue of power over men. And believe me, to them it is a question of power. It is their attempt to impose their will on the rest of society, particularly on men.
I am a conservative. I have said I don't know how many times, conservatism is an intellectual pursuit. And by that I mean liberalism's easy. Liberalism is the most gutless, easy choice. It's not even a choice. Liberalism is just, you feel it. And there's nothing hard about it at all. You don't even have to do anything. You just have to notice suffering and talk about how it. And you're a great, big-hearted, compassionate person.
Morality is not defined and cannot be defined by individual choice.
Did you know that the White House drug test is multiple choice?
Conservatism is an active intellectual pursuit; it requires a constant vigilance. It has nothing to do with feelings. Liberalism is the most gutless choice you can make. You just see suffering and say, 'Oh, I feel so horrible!'
Being a victim is almost as easy as being a liberal. It's one of the most gutless choices you could make.
I've always said that liberalism is one of the most gutless choices you can make. All you have to do to be acknowledged as a good liberal is to see suffering and tell people you see it, and that will convey you have a big heart and that you care and that you're troubled.
I have many projects in various states of development. Some are on paper and some are in my head. But as I go on, I feel the need to be guided in my choices.
Even if people end up doing awful things, you can empathize with their motives when you know them. When you get to know the person, you can understand why they make those choices, even if they're bad. And oftentimes people do have good drives that are sympathetic and can even be seen as selfless and good-hearted.
Goals reflect your choice of destination.
Chance does not work. Only choice will work. Your choice!
Paul R. Ehrlich
There's no question at all that the population explosion will come to an end. The two basic choices are it'll come to an end because we control our reproduction, and in many areas we have started to do so, or we'll end up with a high death rate. You have to take a personal moral stand on this.
Paul R. Ehrlich
With taxes, if they aren't working right, we can change them with a stroke of the pen. It's basically a market-type mechanism. People make their own choices. You run the taxes, and you get the results.
My lens of choice was always the 35 mm. It was more environmental. You can't come in closer with the 35 mm.
The choice of souls was in most cases based on their own experience of a previous life... Knowledge easily acquired is that which the enduing self had in an earlier life, so that it flows back easily.
It takes time and trouble to persuade ourselves that the things we want to do are the things we ought to do.
The choice of a topic which will bear analysis and support enthusiasm, is essential to the enjoyment of conversation.
It is because of our unassailable enthusiasm, our profound reverence for education, that we habitually demand of it the impossible. The teacher is expected to perform a choice and varied series of miracles.
I have worked for three decades as a staunch advocate of building a big tent party that includes both pro-choice and pro-life Republicans.
Yes, many immigrants cherish the value of choice and opportunity and the value of education more than 7th or 8th generation Americans.
Sylvia Mathews Burwell
When you give the American people the tools to make the right choices for themselves, they're going to do that.
We need to understand that there is no formula for how women should lead their lives. that is why we must respect the choices that each woman makes for herself and her family. Every woman deserves the chance to realize her God-given potential.
I can't stand the kind of paralysis that some people fall into because they're not happy with the choices they've made.
One thing we know for sure is that change is certain. Progress is not. Progress depends on the choices we make today for tomorrow and on whether we meet our challenges and protect our values.
I have met thousands and thousands of pro-choice men and women. I have never met anyone who is pro-abortion.
I said it was a mistake. It wasn't the best choice. But all my emails have been turned over to the public.