Top 27 Quotes & Sayings by Chris Chocola

Explore popular quotes and sayings by an American politician Chris Chocola.
Chris Chocola

Joseph Christopher Chocola is an American businessman, lawyer, and former politician. A member of the Republican Party, Chocola served in the United States House of Representatives from 2003 to 2007, representing Indiana's 2nd congressional district.

Explore Chris Chocola Quotes About

Ability Abuse Achieve Adapted Advantage Aftermath Agencies America Anytime Argue Hide All Attacks Balance Balance Sheets Beacon Benefits Bill Billions Billions Of Dollars Bills Bipartisan Bomb Bombers Broke Brought Burden Bureaucracy Business Capabilities Capitalism Cards Care Cash Cash Flow Challenges Changed Charged Children Children And Grandchildren China Colleagues Collecting Commitment Compound Comprehensive Congress Consumers Control Convinced Country Coverage Create Created Creating Credit Credit Card Credit Cards Daily Defense Democracy Democracy In The Middle East Democratic Depend Disaster Dollars Duty Earliest East Elected Emerge Emergency Enemy Energy Enforcement Enhanced Enough People Ensure Entities Entitlement Entitlement Programs Event Exist Fact Federal Federal Government Fiction Fighting Financiers Fiscal Flow Food Force Found Free Free Market Free Market Capitalism Free Press Freedom Fully Goal Government Government Agencies Government Spending Government Waste Grandchildren Great Greatest Growth Guantanamo Guantanamo Bay Hall Hardworking Health Health Care Heating Highest History Hope Houses Human Human Race Ideas Ignore Illegal Immigration Impacts In The Past Income Individuals Information Intelligence Intelligence Agencies Interest Investigators Iraq Iraqi Issue Jobs Katrina Large Largest Law Enforcement Learn Learned Leaving Legislation Lessons Limited Literally Lives Living Long Long Term Madam Makers Makes Manufacturing Market Markets Measure Medicare Meet Meetings Members Middle Middle East Mischief Mismanagement Misuse Money Months Nation National National Defense Natural Natural Disaster Offering Opportunity Our Children Our Country Our Troops Ownership Ownership And Control Partner Passed Past Patients Patriot Patriot Act Paying Payroll Payroll Tax People Percentage Pet Place Plan Planning Pockets Police Policies Post Potential Potentially Press Prevent Price Prior Programs Projects Promises Protecting Provide Pump Race Raised Reality Refuses Reign Remain Response Result Retiring Return Rhetoric Safer Sales Scandal Security Seeks Separating September September 11 September 11th Share Sheets Significant Sincere Single Situation So Many People Social Social Security Solution Solutions Soul Speaker Spend Spending Standard Statements States Steadfast Story Strengthen Strong Stronger Suicide Suicide Bombers System Table Take Advantage Taxes Taxpayer Term Terrorism Terrorist Terrorists Thing Time Times Today Tomorrow Tools Town Town Hall Town Hall Meetings Trade Trading Tragedy Trainers Troops Turn Unable Understand Understanding United United States Universe Wall Work Working People World Year Less More Hide All See All
Time and again we have learned that the best way to achieve growth and create jobs is for hardworking people to keep more of their own money in their own pockets.
We must remain steadfast in our commitment to our troops, and to those fighting for a free and democratic Iraq because freedom makes our country and the world a safer place.
By offering individuals ownership and control of their health care coverage, we return control to the patients; and that is exactly where it should be. — © Chris Chocola
By offering individuals ownership and control of their health care coverage, we return control to the patients; and that is exactly where it should be.
And I would argue the second greatest force in the universe is ownership.
The PATRIOT Act brought down the wall separating intelligence agencies from law enforcement and other entities charged with protecting the Nation from terrorism.
Madam Speaker, before being elected to Congress, I ran a manufacturing business that did a significant percentage of our sales outside the United States.
Having said that, I believe we must not compound the natural disaster of Katrina by creating a fiscal disaster in Congress - it is our duty to ensure that we reign in other government spending in any event, and especially in this time of national emergency.
I believe it's time to put our best ideas on the table and work toward a bipartisan solution, with the single goal of leaving the Social Security system stronger than we found it.
For far too long, America has been without a comprehensive energy plan, and today consumers are paying the price - literally - at the pump and in their heating bills.
Without the right tools, we can't police our markets from illegal trade.
Like my colleagues, I did about 10 to 15 town hall meetings on this issue; and what I found is people came with a sincere interest to learn, a sincere interest to cut through the rhetoric and understand how this Medicare bill impacts them in their daily lives.
I am convinced that China needs to be a strong trading partner with the United States long term.
Anytime a large, emergency spending bill makes its way through Congress, the potential for mischief is great.
Iraq can emerge as a beacon of hope and democracy in the Middle East, and the world, with our help.
We have so many people retiring that we do not have enough people paying into the system to be able to provide the benefits for those collecting those benefits.
Legislation passed in the aftermath of September 11, 2001 enhanced our intelligence capabilities and strengthened our national defense, but until now our nation's immigration policies have not adapted to the needs of a post-September 11th world.
Congress has changed the Social Security system over time, and over 20 times in the past Congress has raised taxes on Social Security in payroll taxes into the system.
Every year the Federal Government wastes billions of dollars as a result of overpayments of government agencies, misuse of government credit cards, abuse of the Federal entitlement programs, and the mismanagement of the Federal bureaucracy.
The Iraqi Free Press, which did not exist 18 months ago because there was no such thing as the Iraqi Free Press, broke a story about the U.N. Oil-for-Food scandal, which could potentially turn out to be the largest scandal in history.
The fact is that one of the earliest lessons I learned in business was that balance sheets and income statements are fiction, cash flow is reality.
If we do not act now to strengthen Social Security, the system that so many depend upon today will be unable to meet its promises to tomorrow's retirees, and it will burden our children and grandchildren with exhaustive taxes.
Prior to the PATRIOT Act, the ability of government agencies to share information with each other was limited, which kept investigators from fully understanding what terrorists might be planning and to prevent their attacks.
I believe the only measure of government response shouldn't be how much we spend on a situation, but rather how well we spend. — © Chris Chocola
I believe the only measure of government response shouldn't be how much we spend on a situation, but rather how well we spend.
Guantanamo Bay houses enemy combatants ranging from terrorist trainers and recruiters to bomb makers, would-be suicide bombers, and terrorist financiers.
We are a nation that seeks out solutions and refuses to ignore challenges.
The government needs to help those in need, but members of Congress shouldn't take advantage of the situation and use a national tragedy as an opportunity to spend taxpayer dollars on their pet projects.
Free market capitalism has done more for the soul of the human race than any other system. And it's created the highest standard of living.
This site uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience. More info...
Got it!