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Mike Pompeo - Quotes

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There's no doubt West Point impacted who I am... It has an enormous emphasis, not only on military aspects, but character development. Whether it's the honor code, or the interactions you have, both with the cadet leadership and the academy leadership, every place you are is a character test. ---->>>

When I served in the Army, along the Iron Curtain we had a word for a person who absconds with information and provides it to another nation: traitor. We also had a name for a person who chooses to reveal secrets he had personally promised to protect: common criminal. ---->>>

Every Muslim leader must unequivocally proclaim that terror committed in the name of Islam violates the core tenets of the Prophet Mohammed, and they must do so repeatedly. Period. ---->>>

Historically, we have lived in a nation of energy dependence. Dependence on others for our heating and electricity, and for our fuel for transportation. ---->>>

One of the things you don't always realize when you're younger is that not everything you try is going to work. ---->>>

We must protect the very things that make America so special - most certainly including our civil liberties. But we cannot do so without strong national security and a thoughtful and informed discourse. ---->>>

It should surprise no one that I'm out arguing for small government, reduced spending and getting our financial house in order, along with reasonable regulations and no more. ---->>>

What you find is, you have to deliver a product that has value to the customer. When you do, and I think the wind community is getting much closer to that, customers will want it. ---->>>

I am working hard to provide solutions to meet a most pressing goal: preserving our way of life for our kids and grandkids. ---->>>

Federal policy should not block those who are prepared to risk their own wealth to create an enormous energy export industry here in America. ---->>>

My goal in getting rid of tax loopholes is not to raise taxes. Our problem in Washington, D.C. is not a revenue problem, it is a spending problem. ---->>>

Protectionist politicians cannot stand the notion of a fossil-fuel-rich America maintaining record levels of production through exports. ---->>>

For folks in Washington to believe that they are smart enough to pick the next energy technology is, in my judgment, the height of arrogance. For me or any of my peers to pick energy-technology X as the solution to solving America's energy problems is just a fool's errand. ---->>>

You eventually have to figure out how to balance the books. So that's the reason I gave up my day job to come do this was to go fight to create the space where spending matches America's capacity to tax, and that means economic growth and a smaller, humbler federal government. ---->>>

I have run two small businesses in Kansas, and I have seen how government can crush entrepreneurism. That's why I ran for Congress. It just so happens that there are a lot of people in south central Kansas who agree with me on that. ---->>>

I'd start a business again in a heartbeat. Indeed, I hope that one day I may get the chance to do so when my mission here in Washington, D.C. is complete. ---->>>

The federal government has been a proven failure in picking winners and losers in the energy sector. ---->>>

At some point, the government expands into the private sphere so far that you live in a place with a whole lot less freedom. I didn't like that that was the direction of travel for our country, and decided to come to Washington to try and be a small part of bringing it back. ---->>>

Koch Industries is an amazing business that has succeeded by building a product that customers love dearly. The folks who run Koch are very clear. They would love to have government just get out of the way and allow companies to compete, whether in their particular sectors or other sectors. They are true believers in small government. ---->>>

Old ideas of not trading because 'they won't open their markets to us' miss the entire point of allowing goods to be imported into the United States - because we want and need them and because someone here believes that the good or service received in exchange for our dollars creates value for them. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 12-30, 1963
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Michael Richard Pompeo (born December 30, 1963) is an American politician and businessman who is the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency. Previously, he was the U.S. Representative for Kansas's 4th congressional district from 2011–17. He was a member of the Tea Party movement within the Republican Party (wikipedia)