Jack Kemp Quotes and its meanings

Jack Kemp has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Attitude Business Education Equality Future Government Politics Power Society Truth War

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  • Just as the left has to be more willing to question 'Government knows best,' the right has to rethink its laissez-faire attitude toward government.
  • I can't understand why the Democratic parties seem so hostile to economic growth and business.
  • The zeitgeist is for cutting spending and balancing the budget. But I do not want the Republican Party to be perceived as putting the budget ahead of people, jobs and education.
  • Our goals for this nation must be nothing less than to double the size of our economy and bring prosperity and jobs, ownership and equality of opportunity to all Americans, especially those living in our nation's pockets of poverty.
  • Republicans many times can't get the words 'equality of opportunity' out of their mouths. Their lips do not form that way.
  • There are no limits to our future if we don't put limits on our people.
  • To Republicans, I humbly suggest that we make it possible for Democrats to give up their quest for redistribution of income and wealth by our acceptance of an appropriate role for government in financing those public goods and services necessary to secure a social safety net below which no American would be allowed to fall.
  • My passion for ideas is not matched with a passion for partisan or electoral politics.
  • Pro football gave me a good sense of perspective to enter politics: I'd already been booed, cheered, cut, sold, traded and hung in effigy.
  • There are a lot of grotesqueries in politics, not the least of which is the fund-raising side.