I'm a kibitzer with a broad portfolio.
We have to deal with the world as we find it. The world of what it takes to get this done.
We know that 10 million more people will lose insurance in the next 10 years if we don't act.
We've got ballots flying around, being counted by hand, arriving by truck and in God knows whose custody.
This marketplace where people can buy insurance who don't have it today - a competitive marketplace: That's an idea that both sides embrace.
Two years before the last election you nor anyone else would have predicted that Barack Obama was going to get elected president of the United States.
Any time you have loose ballots, you have to worry about shenanigans. It's a shame such a hard-fought election has to come down to something like this.
People understand we're on the doorstep of doing something really historic that will help the American people and strengthen our country for the long run.
I have never believed in the Wizard of Oz theory of consulting, that I am all-knowing and all-seeing, and that everyone around me is kind of a backbencher.
I think that more and more you're going to see people of good will on their side of the aisle say you know what, we got to get off the bus here, this is not headed in the right direction.