GOV. LARRY HOGAN (R-MD): Right now in America, there are certainly people on both ends of the extremes, on the left and the right, who get all of the attention. The ones that are making the most noise. But about 70% of the people are somewhere in the middle. They're moderate. They really want their elected officials to try to figure out a way to do something about this toxic politics. And they want us to work together to come up with real bipartisan common sense solutions.
BUNNING: You're cashing their checks. You better look at your own portfolio before talking out of both sides of your mouth.
MONGIARDO: If I was trying to make money on my drug stocks, I wouldn't be pushing for cheaper drugs from Canada. I don't care about the money. I'm over here with middle-class families because they are struggling.
GOV. ANDY BESHEAR (D-KY): When it comes to misinformation, I really don't think this is a red or a blue issue. It is a fact versus fiction, or a sometimes sane versus insane issue. We are well past the populations that are going to listen to a government official and take the vaccine. People are going to have to call or go see that person they love and care about that is unvaccinated, and they're going to have to put their relationship on the line.
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