Tom DeLay - Quotes

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A woman can take care of the family. It takes a man to provide structure, to provide stability.

A woman can take care of the family. It takes a man to provide structure, to provide stability.

In short, it is the position of the people of the United States, as expressed by their representatives in Congress, that Israel's fight is our fight. And so shall it be until the last terrorist on earth is in a cell or a cemetery. ---->>>

You know, the Democrats want to balance the budget by raising spending and raising taxes. The Soviet Union had a balanced budget. ---->>>

The causes of youth violence are working parents who put their kids into daycare, the teaching of evolution in the schools, and working mothers who take birth control pills. ---->>>

I don't believe there is a separation of church and state. I think the Constitution is very clear. The only separation is that there will not be a government church. ---->>>

I am not a federal employee. I am a constitutional officer. My job is the Constitution of the United States, I am not a government employee. I am in the Constitution. ---->>>

I am the Federal Government. ---->>>

My friends, there is no Palestinian-Israeli conflict. There is only the global war on terrorism. ---->>>

Nothing is more important in the face of a war than cutting taxes. ---->>>

Nothing's worse than a woman know-it-all. ---->>>

Biography

Name: Tom DeLay
Nationality: American
Born: 04-08, 1947
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Occupation: Politician
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Thomas Dale DeLay (; born April 8, 1947) is a former member of the United States House of Representatives, representing Texas's 22nd congressional district from 1985 until 2006. He was Republican Party (GOP) House Majority Leader from 2003–05. DeLay began his career as a politician in 1978 when he was elected to the Texas House of Representatives (wikipedia)