Words matter. These are the best John Delaney Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
The struggle these veterans face receiving adequate care for PTSD and depression is a tragedy that needs to be addressed, which is why I cosponsored the Clay Hunt SAV Act.
A lack of reform – particularly in international tax – has hurt our ability to compete in a global economy by keeping U.S. corporate cash overseas and reducing domestic investment, slowing economic growth.
Low interest rates benefit individuals or investors who own or want to buy assets; in that regard, they disproportionately benefit wealthier Americans.
After speaking with community leaders, faith leaders, and voters across the District during my campaign, I came to understand that visiting Israel was necessary to obtain a full and proper perspective on our relationship with our strongest ally in the Middle East.
I was a big supporter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. I worked very closely with President Obama on that.
Instead of serving special interests, Congress should focus on the big picture. Globalization and technology have completely reshaped our economy in recent decades, and if we don’t respond, we’re putting the future of the middle class at risk.
The United States has the world’s largest and most innovative economy, an unmatched rule of law, and a free market that is the envy of the international community. For investors, we are the reserve currency.
I don’t say bad things about my Republican colleagues, ever.
In my private sector career, two of my favorite sayings were, ‘Strategy is easy and execution is really hard,’ and that we should ‘run at criticism.’
The best companies with the strongest credit ratings borrow like the United States: on a non-prioritized basis. This means that in the event of a default, all of their debts are of equal priority because lenders and creditors believe default is highly unlikely. And they spend considerable effort maintaining this status.
With Washington already broken, the last thing we need is a left-wing version of the Tea Party.
I think some people don’t truly understand the situation, and they think, you know, the debt limit, it doesn’t really mean anything, and they don’t understand the implications on the U.S. economy and on the global markets.
As a cosigner of the Veterans’ Bill of Rights, I’m committed to making sure that veterans’ issues remain a top priority in Congress.
I basically applied to law school as a way of telling my parents that I wasn’t going to medical school.
The impact of low interest rates is broad and deep. Many Americans rely on interest income from their savings to help cover their cost of living.
We have to reverse spending trends that are not job-creating.
I believe this is a moment of truth for our country, a time when people of all parties and persuasions should stand together and denounce Trump’s campaign. That includes our governor here in Maryland.
If done correctly, dynamic scoring will provide a more complete picture of Congress’s actions. This is exactly the type of modeling the private sector uses, and advances in data collection and analysis create an opportunity for it to be employed accurately.
And I’m running for president to get America working again so that we can actually fix health care, build infrastructure, improve public education, make sure there’s jobs in every community in this country.
Many of the patients in military and veterans hospitals require long stays, which can place a large financial hardship on families who don’t live near the hospital, which is very common.
America’s men and women in uniform bravely defend our nation and our values. Their skill, dedication, and valor are the envy of the world. When their time in uniform is over, they are entitled to world-class health care, a benefit they’ve earned and that their country is grateful to provide for them.
One of the things I’ve pledged is in my first hundred days, only to do bipartisan proposals. Wouldn’t it be amazing if a president looked at the American people at the inauguration and said, ‘I represent every one of you, whether you voted for me or not and this is how I’m going to prove it.’
We really need to move to a bit of a post-partisan world where we actually start solving problems and stop kind of living in a country where the political leaders act like half the country is entirely wrong about everything they believe and increasingly try to pit American against American.
I define socialism as the government controlling the means of production. I don’t think the answer to some of the big vesting problems we have in this country are to solve them entirely with a government-only solution.
What the establishment was trying to do was to position me as a Republican running in the Democratic primary.
I believe that business creates the jobs in this country and not government.
The big legislative updates that we need to compete in the 21st century and to raise living standards have been blocked by a reluctance to seek common ground.
The term bipartisanship, that’s a means to an end. That’s not something that I think you run on. I think you run on solutions.
Our safety and security is more important than ever, and Congress needs to take an active role in enforcing international agreements that support global security.
I think I have a real feel for the industries that are being successful and where opportunities are, and the big issue that I really care about is U.S. competitiveness.
The process to generate energy using the Canadian tar sands is particularly dirty, producing one of the most noxious fossil fuels on the planet and leaving a devastated landscape in its wake.
Small businesses are more nimble and innovative than large corporations, and as a result are much more likely to develop the breakthrough ideas we need for global competitiveness.
We started CapitalSource because large banks were ignoring small to mid-sized businesses, and we saw a big business opportunity as a result.
In 1935, the year Social Security was created, the poverty rate for seniors was over 70%.
As an entrepreneur and public company CEO, I’ve dealt with dozens of rollouts, and when unveiling a new product, the operating approach should be, ‘Hope for the best but prepare for the worst.’
Our national values demand that we assist the families of our men and women in uniform, especially at the time of their greatest need.
While many employers do the right thing and provide flexible schedules for disabled veterans, I felt that it was important to provide all disabled veterans with a solution that would help them have access to medical leave. Here’s how our bill works: we accelerate the eligibility process for disabled veterans.
For years, comprehensive tax reform has eluded legislators.
Some people call me a moderate, some people call me a progressive. In truth, what I’ve worked on in the Congress and always – going to presidential campaigns – are these big, bold progressive ideas.
Getting trade policy right is huge for our economy and huge for Maryland. This is about creating Maryland jobs by selling Maryland products to Asia, moving right from Western Maryland farms out through the Port of Baltimore.
You can’t really yell, ‘Charge!’ and hope to have your team behind you unless they agree that the hill you are trying to take is a hill you should take.
Representative democracy is in crisis in the United States.
The administration must act promptly to ensure that the central premise of the Affordable Care Act is executable and, rather than dismissing criticism, should examine it in good faith and work to serve the needs of the people. President Obama must approach this problem like a CEO confronting a very bad product launch.
I strongly believe in a free market, and it is great when companies make money and pay their people well.
We have to start grounding our policies in facts and recognize that a strong economy is critical for funding progressive priorities.
My mother wanted me to be a doctor.
Federal research dollars invested at the National Institutes of Health seem expensive until we factor in the economic growth and jobs created by our world-leading life sciences industry.
We have to treat people who cross our borders with a measure of dignity. Right? It has to be reflective of our values.
Oil is largely our energy past, and Keystone does little to respond to the actual challenges and opportunities before us.
When active duty ends, we have an obligation to uphold our own pledge: a pledge to ensure that every veteran receives the care and benefits they deserve.
So I think there’s a potential to make tuition free at public universities as part as young people doing national service. I think that is the most realistic option.
Veterans come from all walks of life, and they live in small towns and big cities, in red states and blue states.
I think dealing with climate change should be a centerpiece of any campaign in the 2020 election cycle. Yet I’m the only one with a bipartisan carbon tax bill.
My message is more about unity, solving problems and trying to bring the American people together around a notion of common purpose in terms of what we’ve got to do to build a better future.
No military or veteran family should have to choose between paying their bills and being together while one of our nation’s heroes is in the hospital.