I am proud to be an actor.
I am proud to be an emotionalist.
I am proud to be called the Queen of Mean, and I never mince my words -- especially when it comes to fat people.
I am proud to be in Los Angeles. I have a lot of fans that love me here. When you talk about the Meccas of boxing -- Las Vegas, New York -- now you have to talk about Los Angeles.
I am proud to be in the Senate. I have always been proud to be a part of our political system. It is a remarkable privilege to participate in this system of ours.
I am proud to be known to the world as the founder of the Illuminati.
I am proud to be named a Defender of Children by First Focus, and I will continue to call on Congress to enact comprehensive policies that improve the well-being of our children.
I am proud to be part of a community that only projects love and education and the support of one another.
I am proud to be the first British champion, and headlining MSG is a testament to all the hard work.
I am proud to be the first Hindu American to have been elected to Congress and now the first Hindu American to run for president.
I am proud to be the granddaughter and daughter of immigrants who were brave enough to leave their homes and come to a whole new world with a different language and culture and immerse themselves fearlessly to start a better life for themselves and their families.
I am proud to be the president of the state of Israel.
I am proud to call myself a Hindu, I am proud that I am one of your unworthy servants. I am proud that I am a countryman of yours, you the descendants of the sages, you the descendants of the most glorious Rishis the world ever saw. Therefore have faith in yourselves, be proud of your ancestors, instead of being ashamed of them.
I am proud to have been born in Iowa. Through the eyes of a ten-year-old boy, it was a place of adventure and daily discoveries -- the wonder of the growing crops, the excitements of the harvest, the journeys to the woods for nuts and hunting, the joys of snowy winters, the comfort of the family fireside, of good food and tender care.
I am proud to have been capable of giving people hope again.
I am proud to have been part of a Sir Alex Ferguson team.
I am proud to have played a small part in ensuring that no veteran's heroic service will be cast aside due to prejudice.
I am proud to join the many state legislators, governors, businessmen and hard-working Americans who have worked to build support and momentum for the idea of the Health Care Compact, and I am proud to introduce the common-sense bill for this sensible solution.
I am proud to live in a country with an African-American president. But President Obama cannot be proud of the fact that the prevalence of black poverty has actually increased under his leadership. The specific policies advanced by the president and his allies on the left amount to little more than throwing money at the problem and walking away.