14 Total Quotes

Aaron Henry Quotes

The past few years you could see something just wasn't adding up,
Aaron Henry
#Past

I'm hoping. I've tried to carry myself that way because the struggle was much more than just breaking the color barrier in baseball. It was everything.
Aaron Henry
#Struggle

if we don't protect them, we're not going to protect this country.
Aaron Henry
#Country

From a financial standpoint, it's meaningless. People can buy savings bonds now,
Aaron Henry
#People

Bush's program has two components, one of which is real and immediate. The other, in football, would be called a Hail Mary pass.
Aaron Henry
#Football

The Hail Mary portion is the wholesale reform of Medicare. The idea . . . has technical problems to be solved, and it involves concepts around which there is not a major consensus.
Aaron Henry
#Problems

More and more people are going without coverage or with less coverage, and that trend looks like it's going to continue.
Aaron Henry
#People

a revenue-neutral proposal has an uphill struggle.
Aaron Henry
#Struggle

It is a political law of life that those who think they are going to lose fight like steers,
Aaron Henry
#Law

the real take-home-pay replacement rate that workers receive is already below 40 percent. ... Benefit reductions in a system that's already parsimonious is not desirable.
Aaron Henry
#Home

[Where the competition crowd sees opportunity and potential savings, the traditionalists see potential problems. One is that Medicare recipients might have a difficult time sorting through a smorgasbord of plans with different prices and services.] You're talking about a lot of 85-year-olds among whom the incidence of mental impairment may be as high as one-third and disabled people with a variety of difficulties, ... That's a minority [of Medicare recipients], but still a sizable group that needs help choosing insurance.
Aaron Henry
#Competition

Medicare is projected to run out of money in 2001. That date of fiscal insolvency can be put off for several years by relatively incremental and modest changes, but when the baby boomers start retiring, ... At that point, costs go up very rapidly, and more extensive action will be necessary.
Aaron Henry
#Money

Medicare is projected to run out of money in 2001. That date of fiscal insolvency can be put off for several years by relatively incremental and modest changes, but when the baby boomers start retiring. At that point, costs go up very rapidly, and more extensive action will be necessary.
Aaron Henry
#Money

This was my birthday present. Winning the game was all I really wanted. It was a cutting fastball a little bit over the plate. It was a huge win after (Friday). We were real flat coming back from (playing) Dixie State. We needed a win to get us on a roll.
Aaron Henry
#Birthday