Amy Klobuchar

(Amy Jean Klobuchar)

Amy Klobuchar
Amy Klobuchar
  • Born: May 25, 1960
  • Nationality: American
  • Profession: Politician

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So what's the cost of the culture of corruption? Of people giving breaks to the oil companies and giving giveaways and Christmas presents to the drug companies and the insurance companies? The cost is $90 billion a year. There you go. Quantifiable. Corruption
You cannot solve a problem that you do not admit exists. Policy & Policy Making
Before we even consider expanding Medicare, or another program based on its rates, we must reform our Medicare payment system so that it rewards value, not volume, and doesn't disadvantage states like Minnesota that provide high-quality care in an efficient way.
Every so often you might have an outburst in the gallery. That's one of the most exciting things that happen because then you can say, 'Unless there's order we will call the Sergeant at Arms.' And that sounds really scary.
Families fighting childhood cancer should not have to worry about where they're going to get the next dose of the drug they need to save their child's life. Life
Finally, a good prosecutor knows that her job is to enforce the law without fear or favor. Likewise, a Supreme Court Justice must interpret the laws without fear or favor.
I am a mother, so I'm used to balancing things.
I am looking foward to the day when we have more women in the U. S. Senate that there were victims of Harvey Weistein's sexual harassment. Women ;Discrimination & Prejudice ;Equality & Equal Opportunity ;Politics, Politicians & Political Campaigning & Fund Raising
I believe we can incentivize more affordable health care in general by better regulating insurance and creating meaningful competition for health care services. Health, Healthcare & Medicine
I don't think it should be a surprise when we're talking about energy and trying to have more home-grown energy, be less reliant on foreign oil when you look at our health care that we're trying to get more affordable health care, that these are going to create major debates in this country and be somewhat polarizing. Health, Healthcare & Medicine
I guess my claim to fame is I've now gaveled Ted Kennedy to order twice.
I look at this in a very simple way: I want to bring the debt down.
I remember when I was prosecutor we had truancy and curfew issues and we made a refrigerator magnet, and that was hot with parents. They loved putting it up on the wall and saying, you know, if you don't follow these rules, you could get prosecuted.
I think you're going to see a number of Democrats that do want to see us grapple with spending.
I understand now why Hillary Clinton always wore navy blue pantsuits. Remember, for four years? If you have one or two themes, then you have the same shoes, the same bag. Otherwise, it's a nightmare.
I would prefer a public option that would be a competitive option that would allow people to buy into a Federal Employee Health Benefits Program, which is a series of private plans. Health, Healthcare & Medicine
If we're going to have standards in schools, let's be honest and have standards.
I'm looking for a Justice who appreciates the awesome responsibility that she will be given, if confirmed. A Justice who understands the gravity of the office and who respects the very different roles that the Constitution provides for each of the three branches of government. Government
In my job you can't just put your head in the sand and throw partisan bombshells. You have to get results.
My dad was a sports writer when I was younger and then he became just a general columnist. But I grew up with him literally getting into brawls with football coaches. Sports & Athletics ;Families, Children & Parenting
My husband is the first man to consistently be involved in the Senate Spouses group.
So many times, these kids know more about the technology than their parents. And so many times, we're putting kids in very adult situations and expecting them to behave like they're 40 years old. Well, that's just not going to happen. Science, Mathematics, Engineering & Technology
We had a few tragic accidents in our state, as they've had in every state, from train crashes on down. And really, no text is worth dying for; that is our message to young people. And this is such a new phenomenon when you look at the number of texts and how they've increased exponentially in just the last few years.
We have to do a better job of putting some rules on the insurance companies.
Well, I think the way to go is civil unions. But I do think when you talk about the Republican Party and the debates that are going on within the Republican Party on a number of issues, what I'm hoping is that they will get to a point where they will work with us on moving forward with this economy. Work, Workers & The Labor Force
Well, it is so difficult right now when you look out on the road and how fast people go and the more and more cars you see out there, for teenagers, you'd think a kid that literally, a few years before, was sitting back in a car seat in the back seat is now behind the wheel.
We're actually making stuff in America now. We're exporting stuff. We're inventing things.
We've got great potential in our country and the only way we're going to make sure kids are getting the degrees that they need, make sure we're getting through that red tape, is by working together.
We've got to get things done. We've got an economy that is stabilized, but not moving ahead.
When I was prosecutor we had truancy and curfew issues and we made a refrigerator magnet, and that was hot with parents. They loved putting it up on the wall and saying, you know, if you don't follow these rules, you could get prosecuted. Whether or not it actually happens, it changes a culture, and that's part of what we're trying to do here.
When it's for the good of your state, you put partisan differences aside.
Who would know but ten years ago that kids would be texting each other all the time, that that would be one of their main forms of communication. Time
Who would know but ten years ago that kids would be texting each other all the time, that that would be one of their main forms of communication. And so many times, these kids know more about the technology than their parents. And so many times, we're putting kids in very adult situations and expecting them to behave like they're 40 years old. Time ;Science, Mathematics, Engineering & Technology
You have a Republican House, close numbers in the Senate, a Democratic president. If we're going to move forward at all as a country, we're going to have to do it by standing together.
You want to represent the country and you want elected officials that are representative of the country.

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