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Letter "D" » Dick Armey Quotes
«It's going to be tougher and tougher to get the votes (in the House) if China doesn't quit threatening Taiwan.»
«Microsoft is right to appeal this ruling, ... The government's case stands on the shifting sands of a rapidly changing marketplace. Their premise is quickly becoming antiquated. Dwelling on the past only prevents the development of new technologies that bring benefit to consumers.»
«Our guys began to realize the opportunity we had,»
«He's been so apologetic. He's been promising that this will never happen again.»
«Our current tax system is broken.»
«That is not a good growth part of the package, ... I prioritized all the recommendations we had in terms of potential to create growth... and that was way down the list. When you've got better priorities, you should enact better priorities.»
«This is a big deal, ... My wife and I sat in our home and we watched those young men get slaughtered on the streets of Mogadishu in the absence of a plan. It broke our heart.»
«Low airfares are giving more people than ever access to affordable travel, ... Costly new regulations will only force airlines to raise fares and will ground travelers who can't afford higher rates.»
«The forms for the Earned Income Tax Credit are 27 pages in the instruction booklet, and already we have people of low income that should be doing 1040EZ on their weekend are now taking it to H&R Block,»
«The evidence is now undeniable that the IMF has played a destabilizing role in world financial affairs. We must reject the president's no-strings-attached $18 billion request and instead adopt IMF reforms,»