Linda Sanchez Quotes.
I think most Americans would agree that we need sensible solutions that fix our immigration system and deal humanely with aspiring citizens currently in our country. At the same time, these solutions must increase the security of our borders.
Latinas are the fastest growing segment of the minority population, and their perspective deserves to be represented, not denigrated.
Congresswomen are congresswomen – you are, sorry. And for women who want to be congressmen, there’s a screw loose in their head. I’m proud of being a woman. I think ‘congresswoman’ is the appropriate term, and ‘Madame chair’ is just fine with me.
I have to tell you, I live paycheck to paycheck like most Americans. It’s very difficult for me to say, ‘Hey, I can give up my paycheck,’ because the reality is, I have financial obligations that I have to meet on a month-to-month basis that doesn’t make it possible for me.
When so-called child’s play turns hostile, and a child becomes a victim, it is time to act. Victims of cyberbullying do not choose to participate. Rather than build character, bullying can cause children to become anxious, fearful, unhappy, and even cause them to be physically sick.
I feel sometimes that there’s this sense that people are poor because they want to be, or they’re working-class because they want to be or because they don’t work hard enough. I feel like there’s this demonization of working people in general, but specifically definitely labor union members.
The NFL sort of reminds me of the tobacco companies, pre-’90s, when they kept saying, ‘No, there is no link between smoking and damage to your health’.
At the end of the day I’m just Linda, and Linda is a single professional woman, and a lot of women can relate to what I talk about.
I’ve used my experience from playing sports in almost every aspect of my life. Playing soccer is where I found my voice, and playing softball was where I learned precision, and in every game I learned to play as a member of a team – to work not for my own glory, but for a shared goal.
For too long, our society has shrugged off bullying by labeling it a ‘rite of passage’ and by asking students to simply ‘get over it.’ Those attitudes need to change. Every day, students are bullied into silence and are afraid to speak up. Let’s break this silence and end school bullying.