We have a system of jurisprudence. You are innocent until proven guilty. You have a right to counsel. And you have a right to hospitalization if you are ill. That is our system. And it's what makes this country special and what makes this country great.
We have a swarm of people in the stock market -- not out of knowledge, not out of expectation, but out of basically a gambling instinct, the hope that prices will go up.
We have a sufficient political class, and the military doesn't have to get involved in high national office. The days of doing that, post-Civil War and post-World War II, are gone.
We have a substantial number of countries that have pledged and provided all kinds of support for the United States in the event that war becomes necessary in Iraq.
We have a structural problem because you can simultaneously understand the medium to long-term risks of climate change and also come to the conclusion that it is in your short-term economic interest to invest in oil and gas. Which is why, you know, anybody who tells you that the market is going to fix this on its own is lying to you.
We have a strong tradition in Toronto of really great film writers, and growing up in that climate is a big reason I pursued cinema studies.
We have a strong military deployment in Iraq and Afghanistan. In countries like Syria, we need a diplomatic breakthrough to end the war. In Libya, the country must first of all be stabilized to stop IS. This means supporting the Libyan government, including in terms of security. We don't want to repeat the mistakes of the past in that country. The situation is extremely dangerous and the next days could be decisive.
We have a strong and credible broadband policy because the man who has devised it, the man who will implement it virtually invented the Internet in this country.
We have a strong agricultural heritage in Kansas.
We have a strategic plan. It's called 'doing things'.
We have a strange and wonderful relationship -- he's strange and I'm wonderful.
We have a storage close by where I live, that's very organised. My guitar tech, Matty organised it all, labeled everything.
We have a stake in one another...what binds us together is greater than what drives us apart.
We have a spiritual responsibility to be consciously grateful because that energy's frequency flows from us and assists in our own healing, our brother's and sister's healing, and ultimately the healing of the planet, our EarthMother.
We have a spiritual community but everyone lives where they want to. I recommend certain areas to live because of their power.
We have a spending problem, not a taxing problem. The less we spend, the more jobs we have the potential to create.
We have a special relationship with Israel. It's absolutely crucial that no one in our country or around the world ever doubt that our number one committment in the Middle East is to protect the right of Israel to exist, to exist permanently, and to exist in peace. It's a special relationship.
We have a space agency desperately in need of purpose, whose employees and capabilities have been wasted for decades on make-work projects and dead-end PowerPoint pioneering placebos designed to do nothing more than keep the billing high.
We have a song like 'Ready to Love Again' that is really, really special to me. It's the one that I relate to the most. It's very personal, so we really allowed ourselves to go there and be vulnerable and show the fans that we feel and we hurt and we love just like anybody else does. I hope they feel that when they hear it.