Words matter. These are the best Political Career Quotes from famous people such as Mehbooba Mufti, David Gauke, Nicola Sturgeon, Robert Green Ingersoll, Subramanian Swamy, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
My father was not in power when I started my political career, or when I fought my first election in 1996. Starting like any ordinary person, I reached out to people everywhere.
If the price of continuing my political career is to be complicit in a really bad thing then that’s not a price I’m prepared to pay.
Maybe unlike a lot of people who join the SNP today, I never had any expectation of a political career.
There are so many societies, so many churches, so many -isms, that it is almost impossible for an independent man to succeed in a political career.
The truth is truth. I have never made a charge in my political career of 30 years where I have been disapproved. No defamation case has succeeded against me.
I mean, people need to remember without the grassroots, Ronald Reagan probably doesn’t become president of the United States of America and he worked the grassroots on a regular basis during his political career and especially between the years of 1976 and 1980 after the loss in Kansas City.
I don’t have a vested interest in a particular political career or a particular political office. My job is to do everything that I can to create an America and a world that we can live in and that we can survive in.
My political career has enriched my knowledge about staying away from negative vibes.
Back in the early days of my political career, I was called Socialist Cindy. I just hate the nickname Cindy.
I have always had a serious political career in mind and my secular ideology matches with that of the Congress.
The big biography of Lincoln necessarily had to do so much with his political career, his ambitions, his accomplishments in public, with less time to spend on his private life, his inner life, and I thought this might be a way of getting at that.
My political career began on the other side of the fence from the liberal filmmaker Michael Moore – both literally and figuratively. As a young intern for the Bush-Cheney 2004 campaign, I was tasked with attending a Moore rally four days before the general election.
Thatcher was the motivation for my entire political career. I hated everything she stood for.
I have dedicated my political career to bringing fairness to America’s economic system and to our work force, regardless of what people look like or where they may worship.
I felt that if the public found out that a black man made a fool of David Duke, his attempts at a political career would have fallen by wayside.
The beginning of my political career was not promising. I ran for junior class president at Shortridge High school and was runner up. I ran again in the senior year with the same result. But opportunity came ironically, or fortunately, when I returned to Indianapolis after serving in the Navy.
My entire political career has been based on building up Britain’s political standing and economic prosperity through our membership of the E.U. and the European project.
Donald Trump begins his political career in birtherism. That idea is connected to a very, very old notion that African-Americans are not citizens.
I’m not sure I had a political career for the future anyway. I’m not sure that politics was what I wanted to spend my life doing.
Throughout my political career, I’ve believed in the concept of home rule. Some call it local control. Whichever phrase you use, the concept is the same – the best decisions are those made closest to those who will be impacted by the decisions.
If a man aspires for a political career, he can start at 18 and go on and on. This is not true about women, who fall back when marriage and children happen, which are equally important. That is not gender bias.
I have led an unusual life. I have buried a father killed at age 50 and two brothers killed in the prime of their lives. I raised my children as a single mother when my husband was arrested and held for eight years without a conviction – a hostage to my political career.
In my political career, I’d like to see a constitutional balanced budget amendment.
Reagan gave essentially the same speech from the beginning to the end of his political career, which was always, ‘The American people are great, the government always screws things up, let’s get the government out of the way.’ On the foreign policy side it was, ‘Communism is bad, and we’re going to defeat it.’
All of my political career, I’ve fought for the taxpayers.
I have run across characters in my political career that have that singular focus of being someone, being in a position of power.
I wanted to have a political career. I thought studying political science would be the best way to achieve it.
Jason McDermott’s political career, however bogus, appears to have had an early and promising start.
I went to Massachusetts to make a difference. I didn’t go there to begin a political career running time and time again. I made a difference. I put in place the things I wanted to do.
The first day you’re a leader is the beginning of the end of your political career.