Paul Lindsey Sadler is an American attorney from Henderson, Texas, now residing in San Antonio, Texas who served from 1991 to 2003 in the Texas House of Representatives. He was the Democratic nominee for the United States Senate in 2012. In the November 6 general election, he lost against the Republican Ted Cruz, a former state Solicitor General.
|I went to Washington several times at the request of different parties to talk about education reform. I used to always say I felt like I needed to take a shower after I left, because it was so partisan that I just really hated it.||Education, Learning, Knowledge & Training|
|Like most Americans, I feel disgusted when we see people make decisions based on party politics rather than a solution that is best for the country.||Politics, Politicians & Political Campaigning & Fund Raising|
|Some candidates can sit in an office for 10 hours a day asking for money. That's just not who I am.||Money, Coins & Minting|
|The truth is we need to build an economy going forward with all of us, when we all move forward and the payment of a national debt is not the responsibility of one group of Americans versus another.||Truth|
|Ultimately, you change the culture in Washington only one way, and it's one election at a time, with the character of the people you send.||Time|