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When you get into this line of work, you're in public office, you expect you're gonna have cheap shots taken at you. That's part of the process.
You need to have good people: honourable, capable, committed in politics, standing in public office. It's not a guarantee, but it's the ideal we have to aim for.
Seldom has a politician left public office with more self-generated fanfare than Sen. William S. Cohen.
Most of the people who are in elective office in Washington, D.C., they have held public office before. How's that workin' for you?
No man should be in public office who can't make more money in private life.
The thing is, I live a very public life, and I have to keep things personal, or else I have no personal life. It's very difficult.
There's the human side of people who are in public life that connects people. Whether it's favorable or unfavorable, it gives them some connection with the person who's onstage, and I think those connections are edifying.
You're in the public eye and you just hope that people don't come up and interrupt you while your in the middle of a meal or a conversation or something like that.
I've dedicated my life to public service, and I feel it's still a noble profession. However, I also understand it's a contact sport.