United States Government Quotes

United States Government Quotes by Diana L. Eck, Paul Robeson, Assata Shakur, L. Neil Smith, Bertrand Russell, Wayne Allard and many others.

The idea that the United States government would have t

The idea that the United States government would have to figure out what to do about the headscarf is simply ludicrous. We don’t get involved in that.
Diana L. Eck
This United States Government should go down to Mississippi and protect my people. That is what should happen.
Paul Robeson
I trust Cuba as a principled country. Cuba’s strength is that it has been steadfast in its commitment to the principles of liberation, freedom, of resistance to the kind of institutionalized terrorism that the United States government does every day.
Assata Shakur
If I were Osama, and the United States government were actually looking for me, I’d be clean-shaven by now, crewcutted, wearing jeans and a ZZ Top T-shirt, and living in a nice little house in Lincoln, Nebraska.
L. Neil Smith
The Mormons had a divine revelation in favour of polygamy, but under pressure from the United States Government they discovered that the revelation was not binding.
Bertrand Russell
It has been more than 30 years since this disgraceful episode occurred, and I believe that the United States government should demand the return of the USS Pueblo to the United States Navy without further delay.
Wayne Allard
Let’s put it this way. The United States government has assembled a massive investigation team into me personally, into my work with the journalists, and they still have no idea what documents were provided to the journalist, what they have, what they don’t have, because encryption works.
Edward Snowden
I am obligated to and will pay hundreds of millions of dollars in taxes to the United States government.
Eduardo Saverin
In full accordance with the law – and in order to prevent terrorist attacks on the United States and to save American lives – the United States government conducts targeted strikes against specific al-Qa’ida terrorists, sometimes using remotely piloted aircraft, often referred to publicly as drones.
John O. Brennan
The Connection Machines owned by the United States government laboratories were made available to me because they were considered impossible to program and there was no great demand for them at that time.
Philip Emeagwali
The Saylor Foundation is meant to be a gadfly to encourage Google, Apple, MIT, Harvard, the United States government, and the Chinese government to aggressively pursue digital education.
Michael J. Saylor
[T]he only thing the United States government ever did about slavery was to abolish it. Perhaps that was a mistake, but I do not feel inclined to apologize for it.
Jeff Cooper
Nobody has ever said in the United States government that we are going to war next month. No decision has been made by the president because, as he said to the United Nations, he wants the United Nations to live up to its responsibilities and he wants Saddam Hussein to cooperate.
Colin Powell
I have a very, very great balance sheet, so great that when I did the Old Post Office on Pennsylvania Avenue, the United States government, because of my balance sheet, which they actually know very well, chose me to do the Old Post Office, between the White House and Congress, chose me to do the Old Post Office.
Donald Trump
But the other audience, I think, is people in Central America because since last summer, they’ve been running ads down there – the United States government has – don’t come, it’s dangerous. You will be immediately deported. That’s literally what it says in Spanish.
Mark Krikorian
If taxation without consent is robbery, the United States government has never had, has not now, and is never likely to have, a single honest dollar in its treasury. If taxation without consent is not robbery, then any band of robbers have only to declare themselves a government, and all their robberies are legalized.
Lysander Spooner
The United States government has always been proud of the welcome it has extended to good men of every nation, seeking freedom and homes and bread.
John Muir