You talked about national identity cards and the terrorism bill. We have made a government that has grown used to viewing us as subjects, has grown used to seeing its role as commanding us.— Malcolm Wallop
The most grateful Malcolm Wallop quotes you will be delighted to read
We don't need a nation that has national identity cards.
The ultimate end is a nation that lies under the concept of the Declaration of Indepen dence. The Declaration of Independence is such an extraordinary statement - it was designed by people skeptical of government, local or national, but in particular national.
The concept of minimum wage is crazy, if you really stop to think about it.
If $8 an hour seems right, why not $20 an hour? If its coming by order of the government, why stop at any level? Why not just say everyone should get what Gates gets?
We're taking on Social Security as a property rights issue.
We figure that every single American has an absolute property right interest in the fruits of his or her own labor. What I work for should be my property.
Government, which does not and did not grant us our rights, must not now seek to deny them by using fear as its justification.
I don't think the only place to fight for freedom is in the halls of Congress.
So with the end of the Cold War, it became increasingly obvious that there was no basis upon which any decision was being made, not in the White House, and certainly because of that, not in the Congress.
Yes, many immigrants cherish the value of choice and opportunity and the value of education more than 7th or 8th generation Americans.
I'm a big supporter of immigration.
The utter incompetence of the U.N. is literally incomprehensible.
Doctrines provide an architecture for both Republican and Democrat presidents to carry out policies.
It's insanity for a party that believes in freedom to allow some Republicans to seize an agenda that is totally alien to the agenda that was established in the election.
If government ownership of land and natural resources was the best way to protect the environment, then we should have found a Garden of Eden in the Soviet Union after the Iron Curtain came down. Instead, there was one environmental horror story after another.
Today government touches everything in America and harms almost everything it touches. Federal, state, and local governments together spend 42 out of every 100 dollars we earn. Those who do the taxing and spending have long since ceased to work for the people as a whole. Rather, they work for themselves and for their clients-the education industry, the welfare culture, public-employee unions, etc.
Being American is not a matter of birth.
We must practice it every day, lest we become something else.
Our educational system is appallingly poor right now.
Yet, somehow we're turning out some of the most intellectual and powerful sophisticated minds in the world. I think that's because we still have the opportunity here.
Big government is the most corrupt industry in America.
We are a communicating nation which needs access to space, access to the seas.
If the Republicans think that by having stated and even achieved most of the Contract that they are therefore entitled to the acceptance and favor of the American voter, they're crazy.
The ruling class doesn't care about public safety.
Having made it very difficult for States and localities to police themselves, having left ordinary citizens with no choice but to protect themselves as best they can, they now try to take our guns away. In fact they blame us and our guns for crime. This is so wrong that it cannot be an honest mistake.
We are a studying nation. Scholarship from science is important to the whole world and those people need to be able to be safe and secure in what they do.