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I'm an independent. I'm a centrist. A new generation is arriving that has grown up with a multiplicity of choice in every aspect of their lives, and yet politics is the last place that they are told that they should be satisfied with a choice between brand A and brand B. It doesn't fit the way they think. It doesn't fit the way they live.
Natural selection is not gene centrist and nor is biology all about genes; our comprehending minds are a result of our fast evolving culture.
I don't know of a Democrat - whether they're a conservative, a centrist or a liberal Democrat - that doesn't think that it's important to have quality jobs that pay decent wages so that families can support themselves, so that they can have the dignity of being able to afford health care, put money aside for pension, buy a home.
I'm getting nervous to be called a centrist. Breaking out in a rash.
What people forget is that the most radical thing about Obama is that he was the first black man in history to imagine that he could become president, who was able to make other Americans believe it as well. Other than that, he is a centrist, just like I try to be. He's been bridging divisions his whole life.
Henry Louis Gates
My audience is much more center right, or centrist.
I'm definitely a centrist and feel like both parties can be absurd.
Most centrist Democrats... try to distance themselves from controversies that recall the 1960s. There are journalistic centrists as well, who avoid hard truths for the sake of acceptance and legitimacy.
I'm really curious about the memory of Nixon for people who grew up under Clinton. What do people remember of him? In his day, the definition of a conservative right-wing president is more like a centrist in our own time. He's also one of our funnier presidents - just a really good character to write about.
For most of my life, I've considered myself a political centrist.
I'm a true centrist: my beliefs put me in the middle... You know what happens to people who drive in the middle of the road? They get run over.
I consider my voice to be a centrist moderate voice among the nine Democratic candidates.
By temperament and disposition and emotions, I'm a liberal; but in my beliefs about what's best for the country, I'm a centrist.
I'm a centrist.
I'm someone who believes in centrist governing philosophy.
I am not a centrist.
I'm a pro-capitalist, middle-of-the-road, tepid centrist.
Obama behaves like a centrist who leans tentatively left on certain social programs but boldly right on military force and civil liberties.
David K. Shipler
My views tend to be centrist. I'm not a big fan of George W., but my politics tend to be more Republican than not.
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