YES, but alright, can we look at the context for both these quotes please?
With Nine, he was saying it to a young bride and her groom, who were completely, thoroughly ordinary…that’s what made them important.
Who said you’re not important? I’ve travelled to all sorts of places. Done things you couldn’t even imagine, but… you two… street corner. Two in the morning. Getting a taxi home. I’ve never had a life like that.
Fast forward to the episode that is also being mentioned, A Christmas Carol, when he says this directly in reference to THE GIRL FROZEN IN A CRYOGENIC CHAMBER, in the sitting room of the dude controlling the weather.
This is not an ordinary situation, and probably not an ordinary person. Other than telling the kid to ‘keep the faith’ about Father Christmas, he doesn’t really give a damn about anyone except the pretty blonde who’s mysteriously frozen in ice.
That’s not the same thing. At all. Moffat may have thought he was saying the same thing, but he also thought that it was okay for the Doctor to tell a dying girl that he remembers everyone, only to ask who she was. He’s not the best judge of realistic emotions, or the Doctor’s character.
Partially sums up why I’m not a huge fan of 11.