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I felt disconnected from the decisions made in Washington and, to be honest, really didn't think my vote mattered because I didn't have a direct line of sight from my vote to a result.
A boardroom is a collection of individuals, and individuals have varying motives, egos, agendas and qualifications. Sometimes the dynamics can go off track.
What I think we need to do to engage the American people in a conversation about entitlement reform is to have a bipartisan group of people who come together and put every solution on the table, every alternative on the table. And then we ought to engage in a long conversation with the American people so they understand the choices.
When our most important issue is the debt that we're piling on our children and grandchildren, I think it's pretty helpful to have someone in the U.S. Senate who has actually managed billions of dollars and knows how to cut billions of dollars.
You know, I believe that technology is the great leveler. Technology permits anybody to play. And in some ways, I think technology - it's not only a great tool for democratization, but it's a great tool for eliminating prejudice and advancing meritocracies.
Look, you need technical skills to run a company.
Well, I've been a Republican for all of my voting life.
You know, I'm very proud of the large number of Hispanic endorsements that I've received.
I think what's fascinating is how many people are playing in politics who maybe haven't played before.
Well I'm not a novelist. I've only written one book and that is a memoir.
I have very eclectic tastes.
I know why jobs go, and I know why they come.
I lost my job in the most public way possible, and the press had a field day with it all over the world. And guess what? I'm still here.
Californians are worried about whether they will have a job along with ballooning federal spending and deficits.
I certainly support civil unions.
I managed Hewlett Packard through the worst technology downturn in 25 years, the dotcom bust.
I've never thought in terms of 'men do this' and 'women do that.'
It's the federal government's job to secure the border.
Obviously the Senate is a federal office, but to get California's economy moving again we need to do some things in the federal arena.
Don't think of yourself as a woman in business.
Had anyone told me that I was going to have a career in business, I would have said, 'No way.'
I am a conservative and proud of it.
I really believe that all CEO pay should be voted on by shareholders ahead of time. Mine was.
I think a strong dollar is the result of policies, but I don't think the strong dollar is in and of itself a policy.
I think the dot-com boom and bust represented the end of the beginning. The industry is more mature today.
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