Todd Rokita quotes

  • You can't tell me that all the wars we are fighting are in America's national security interest.
    -- Todd Rokita

    #War #Fighting #America

  • I am looking forward to learning at the knee of Paul Ryan. He doesn't strike me as a politician. He strikes me as an economist.
    -- Todd Rokita

    #Knees #Looking Forward #Politician

  • I don't know anything more piggish - I don't know anything more un-American than saying, 'Oh, I'm worried about my own little handout or my own little program or my own little economy and we'll kick this can down the road and let some future generation deal with it.
    -- Todd Rokita

    #Generations #Littles #Worried

  • A loud noise will get your fight-or-flight response going. This, over the years, can cause real cardiovascular damage.

  • Companies have never won. You're always either fighting for survival, or fighting for relevance.

  • I think the greatest legacy of the 1960s was the general feeling that not only can you fight the powers that be, but you can win.

  • I think we are constantly faced with the same decision. The decision to be blindly obedient to authority versus the decision to try and change things by fighting the powers that be is always, throughout history, the only decision.

  • At the same time the Muslims are commanded to exercise self-restraint as much as possible. Force is a dangerous weapon. It may have to be used for self-defense or self-preservation, but we must always remember that self-restraint is pleasing in the eyes of Allah. Even when we are fighting, it should be for a principle not out of passion.

  • Fighting fire with fire only gets you ashes!

  • Celebrity is a national drama whose characters' parts and plots are written by the tabloids, gossip columnists, websites and interactive buttons. The famous don't actually have to turn up to their own lives at all.

  • What hard evidence is there that Obama doesn't want ebola in America?

  • Gore speaks to America as if English is its second language; George W. speaks as if English is his second language.

  • Over all, there are now more people under “correctional supervision” in America-more than six million-than were in the Gulag Archipelago under Stalin at its height.

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