Who Said It?

It's time to play Who Said It? This is a game in which you match the quote with the person who said it (duh). I plan to make this a regular feature of GLGTGS.

The current U.S. policy has many passionate defenders, and their criticism of the Castro regime is justified. Nevertheless, we must recognize the ineffectiveness of our current policy and deal with the Cuban regime in a way that enhances U.S. interests.
Wall Street investors? Bankers and financial executives? Auto company executives? No more than 30 percent have confidence in them. Right now, Americans trust political leaders more than business leaders. That's new and it has consequences.
Now Mr. McCotter — whose suburban district west of Detroit is laced with unemployed autoworkers, shuttered automotive plants and struggling manufacturers — could become a test case of whether House Republicans’ united front against the economic measure was the wise political and policy course.
A voter's personal experience in casting a ballot shapes how they view the entire process. When voters leave a polling place frustrated or confused, it threatens the very confidence and participation that are essential to a healthy democracy.
The Republican Party will be flat on its feet until we actually come up with some bold solutions that are deliverable to real people in real time that they feel strongly about, and we're not there.
Mmmmmmmm... Paczkis!
And here are your choices! If you want to cheat, or if you've already made your guesses and want to see if you're right, click the links. 
  1. Jocelyn Benson
  2. Carl Hulse
  3. Gov. John Huntsman, R-UT
  4. Me
  5. Sen. Dick Lugar, R-IN
  6. CNN's Bill Schneider

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