Mark Kirk quotes

  • Every American born today owes $43,000 to the federal government the day she or he is born. And we are transferring a tremendous amount of debt to the new generation, much of it owed to overseas creditors who expect to be repaid by our children with interest.
    -- Mark Kirk

    #Children #Government #Generations

  • Same-sex couples should have the right to civil marriage. Our time on this earth is limited, I know that better than most. Life comes down to who you love and who loves you back- government has no place in the middle.
    -- Mark Kirk

    #Sex #Couple #Love You

  • Alexi Giannoulias' top aide was a longtime BP lobbyist.
    -- Mark Kirk

    #Lobbyists

  • I've got a chart here that shows our debt-to-GDP ratio. And while we did run deficits in the past, we now number our debt in trillions rather than in billions. And I think that represents a long-term danger, especially to the, the American dream.
    -- Mark Kirk

    #Running #Dream #Past

  • Over time, the federal government should move the nation to a single standard, clean-burning gasoline.
    -- Mark Kirk

    #Moving #Government #Burning

  • I have voted that climate change is happening and it's also caused by man.
    -- Mark Kirk

    #Men #Climate #Climate Change

  • There is no wonder more supernatural and divine in the life of a believer than the mystery and ministry of prayer...the hand of the child touching the arm of the Father and moving the wheel of the universe.

  • There is not a command God gives to His children for which He does not provide the enablement for obedience.

  • To the Parisians, and especially to the children, all Americans are now 'heros du cinema.' This is particularly disconcerting to sensitive war correspondents, if any, aware, as they are, that these innocent thanks belong to those American combat troops who won the beachhead and then made the breakthrough. There are few such men in Paris.

  • I was a narrative historian, believing more and more as I matured that the first function of the historian was to answer the child's question, "What happened next?

  • The best way to get a bad law repealed is to enforce it strictly.

  • Every generation tailors history to its taste.

  • That which seems the height of absurdity in one generation often becomes the height of wisdom in another.

  • Nothing so dates a man as to decry the younger generation.

  • The next generation product almost never comes from the previous generation.

  • The number one problem in today's generation and economy is the lack of financial literacy.

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