- William G. Barnes, politician, Democratic candidate in the United States Senate election in Alabama, 2010
- William Barnes (died 1558), MP for East Grinstead, Marlborough, Taunton and Downton
- William Barnes (died 1559), MP for Wigan (UK Parliament constituency)
- William D. Barnes (1856–1927), New York politician
- William D. Barnes (Florida), Florida State Comptroller
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“The American mood, perhaps even the American character, has changed. There are few manifestations any longer of the old American self-assurance which so irritated Dickens.... Instead, there is a sense of frustration so perceptible that even our politicians ... have attempted to exploit it.”
—Archibald MacLeish (18921982)
“[I support] term limits for career politicians and the death penalty for career politicians.”
—William Frist (b. 1952)
“Ive always wondered why European politicians as a group seemed brighter than American politicians as a group. Maybe its because many American politicians have the race issue to fall back on. They become lazy, suspicious of innovative ideas, and as a result American institutions atrophy.”
—Ishmael Reed (b. 1938)