Thom Tillis Quotes
Handpicked collection of the best quotes and tweets by Thom Tillis
- I’ve been anything but an establishment kind of guy.
- Americans from all walks of life have voiced their deep frustration with Washington’s seeming inability to get anything constructive done. For decades, they have watched politicians talk a good game while failing to deliver.
- Democrats creating the expectation that judges should act as politicians in robes is a dangerous precedent to set, threatening the very independence of the judiciary.
- I think that you find out what your boss wants you to do, and you do more. To me, that’s work ethic. Because, if you demonstrate that your capabilities extend past your current job, they’ll probably give you a better job.
- Dot Helms and North Carolina are one and the same.
- One of the biggest disagreements between Sen. Hagan and I — I don’t believe we should be building an economy that’s founded on making ends meet on minimum wage. It’s impossible; it’s a stepping stone.
- I resolve to work with my colleagues to succeed in producing the good rather than failing to produce the perfect.
- Let’s be clear: the American people didn’t give the GOP a stamp of approval or a mandate to ram through an ideologically-driven, far-right agenda.
- I have serious concerns with the discussion around minimum wage because it drives up costs, and it could harm jobs.
- As a freedom-lover and avid outdoorsman, I understand the importance of protecting the Second Amendment, which has been under attack by liberal special interest groups funded by elitist billionaires.
- I’ve actually got a Motley Crue channel on Pandora.
- We don’t need something as large and complex and costly as the Affordable Care Act, because it can’t work.
- A focus on regulatory overreach, things that the benefit doesn’t outweigh the cost, is probably the single greatest opportunity we have for having a positive impact on job creation.
- I’m an organizational guy.
- Standing up for Israel at home validates those fundamental principles of freedom enshrined in our Constitution.
- When I was speaker in North Carolina, the state was gripped with a deficit, and we made a fundamental policy decision to adopt austerity budgets for four years.
- My Democratic colleagues, many of whom hold law degrees, should know better than to intentionally oversimplify court rulings to mislead the public and score political points.
- If you just focus on producing good outcomes, all that other stuff sorts itself out.
- As Speaker of the North Carolina House, I’ve proven I’m a problem-solver, balancing budgets, cutting wasteful spending, and providing teachers with historic pay raises.
- Barack Obama and Kay Hagan think that the minimum wage needs to be the same in the mountains of North Carolina and in the city of Boston — it makes no sense to me.