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The next president needs to know foreign policy and not learn it on the job.

Unborn children do not have a voice, but they are young members of the human family. It is time to look at the unborn child, and recognize that it is really a young human, who can feel pain and should be treated with care.

We must take proactive steps to promote democracy and human rights abroad.

Dick Durbin's a worthy opponent on any debate. He's very intelligent, quick. Knows his facts and puts them forward well.

Everybody will say that they're not opposed to immigration; they're opposed to illegal immigration. That's what I'm saying.

I always think that the party that offers the most hope and ideas for the future is the party that wins.

I believe in the sanctity of marriage.

I do think there's a lot more we can do on the life agenda.

I enjoyed working with Ted Kennedy.

I think the next president needs to lead on cultural issues and experience, particularly on foreign policy.

I think the real needs in the country are for cultural renewal.

I think we just need to stick to our knitting on the topics and the subjects the American people care about.

I'd pull my little brother on our motorcycle on an inner tube behind it. We would go fishing, we would hunt some, growing up.

I'm a Ronald Reagan conservative, I'm an economic conservative, I'm strong military. But I also voice and speak and work hard on the social issues.

Let's create a legal system that can work.

My dad farmed, my granddad was a farmer. I wanted to be a farmer.

None of us takes amending the Constitution lightly. The plain fact is this amendment has been exhaustively studied and it really is time to act.

One of the best legislative accomplishments I've had here on an international basis and on saving lives is the bill we did against human trafficking.

We must do everything we can to be more aggressive in confronting Syria about what they are doing in Iraq.

What I find is most people have a civics book understanding for how Congress works and how a bill moves.