We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Kathy Szeliga Quotes. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
Instead of raising the minimum wage, let’s lower taxes for the working poor.
Government has gotten too big, and it’s infringed on our liberty and freedom.
Of course texting while driving is a terrible idea.
I think it is unwise to shut down the government.
You don’t need a college degree to be a good carpenter, welder, plumber, auto mechanic, member of the armed forces, or firefighter.
I need a clone. I would like to be everywhere all the time.
I can tell you what people on minimum wage want: They want a career. They don’t want a minimum wage.
I can tell you what women love, and that’s when people man-splain things to us about what women want and need.
Governor Hogan’s successes and support in Maryland, including with Democrats, prove that Marylanders like the change he’s bringing to our state, and they will support a candidate like me who will bring that same real change to Washington.
When I’m elected to the Senate, I will continue to meet with all Marylanders, whether we agree on every issue or not.
My husband and I are small business owners.
I am who I am, and I’m not going to tell someone I don’t have the worldview I have. That doesn’t mean I’m not open-minded and won’t meet with anybody.
Washington would be much better off if it looked more like a state legislature.
Part of the American dream is ‘I can own my own business, I can control my destiny. I can have the opportunity to work for myself.’
You have to work across the aisle. Americans have had enough of the gridlock in Washington.
Nonstop taxes killed the middle class.
The Affordable Care Act has turned out to be anything but affordable.
I just don’t think we’re going to change Washington until we put some people down there who look like average Marylanders.
I think taxpayers should be outraged that retirees and administrators are walking away with thousands in accrued benefits and bonuses.
What hinders the middle class the most is taxes, and what hinders business from creating jobs and moving people into the middle class are regulations.
The people we send to Washington have to roll up their sleeves, stop the fighting, and work together on issues that are not political, not partisan, but personal to families across our state and our nation.
I realized I couldn’t raise two kids, coach soccer, be on the PTA, teach full time, and do all the administrative bookkeeping. I do need to sleep four or five hours a day.
Don’t judge me by what someone posts on my page on Facebook.
Women bring a different perspective to the table, and lawmaking is a compilation of diverse ideas and views and perspective. And when you don’t have that, you end up making bad laws.
Too often, we see violent criminals return to the streets they have previously terrorized, only to commit more violent crimes.