I challenge you to be dreamers; I challenge you to be doers and let us make the greatest place in the world even better.— Brian Schweitzer
The most cheerful Brian Schweitzer quotes that are guaranted to improve your brain
Good ideas are the backbone of good government.
If I stay in Washington for more than 72 hours, I have to bathe myself in the same stuff I use when my dog gets into a fight with a skunk.
And yes, the Homesteaders, including my grandparents who left behind almost nothing, and arrived in Montana with nothing but the clothes on their back, high hopes, faith in God and dreaming of the future.
We can push Montana forward and we can do it with out raising taxes.
We work for the families back home, we do not work for the lobbyists that prowl the halls of the capital building, do not forget who we work for.
You can't pay for healthcare if we're sending a trillion dollars a year to dictators.
We need to work our level best in this legislative session to help grow Montana's economy, so that grandchildren can stay in Montana, grandchildren can visit their grandmother and grandfather by driving across town, not flying across the country.
The big guys, the big dogs, are going to own everything from the White House to the courthouse.
I know that Montana is the greatest place in the world to raise a family, to start and grow a business. You know it, and I know it and now we will tell the world.
The Republicans tend to choose the candidate who came in second place in the last election, and Democrats tend to move on. Ask President Ed Muskie how it worked out to be the front-runner. Ask President Howard Dean how it worked out.
All over Montana, you can walk into a bar, a café or even a school or a courthouse and just listen for a while as people talk to each other. And you will hear somebody, before very long, say something outrageously racist.
Twenty-six states have passed renewable portfolio standards, which simply says somewhere between 15% and 30% of their electricity will come from renewables by such-and-such a year. In Washington, D.C., they haven't done a damn thing.
If you were just a regular person, you turned on the TV, and you saw Eric Cantor talking, I would say—and I'm fine with gay people, that's all right—but my gaydar is 60-70 percent. But he's not, I think, so I don't know. Again, I couldn't care less. I'm accepting.