Money Corruption Quotes

Collection of top 21 famous quotes about Money Corruption

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Money Corruption Quotes By Debasish Mridha: To live a worthy life, just love. To live a worthy life, just love. — Debasish Mridha
Money Corruption Quotes By Joseph Muscat: Corruption is another tax on the consumer and Corruption is another tax on the consumer and it is the Maltese families who are forking the money to make up for such corruptions. — Joseph Muscat
Money Corruption Quotes By Margaret Peterson Haddix: Most people couldn't be rich if they wanted Most people couldn't be rich if they wanted to be honest; most people couldn't be honest if they wanted to be rich. — Margaret Peterson Haddix
Money Corruption Quotes By Helen Maryles Shankman: You should have noticed by now, sometimes a You should have noticed by now, sometimes a monster looks just like any other man. — Helen Maryles Shankman
Money Corruption Quotes By Robert Maxwell: Money you haven't earned is not good for Money you haven't earned is not good for you. — Robert Maxwell
Money Corruption Quotes By James Garner: I think my attitude has always been to I think my attitude has always been to put food on the table. — James Garner
Money Corruption Quotes By Sri Mulyani Indrawati: Corruption, money laundering, and tax evasion are global Corruption, money laundering, and tax evasion are global problems, not just challenges for developing countries. — Sri Mulyani Indrawati
Money Corruption Quotes By Lisa Bonet: What saddens me is the corruption of youth What saddens me is the corruption of youth and beauty, and the loss of soul, which is only replaced by money. — Lisa Bonet
Money Corruption Quotes By Vikrmn: Either cry for exchanging new currency notes for Either cry for exchanging new currency notes for couple of days or crib for corruption for ages and generations with old one. Choice is yours. — Vikrmn
Money Corruption Quotes By Grant McLachlan: New Zealand has the cheapest government money can New Zealand has the cheapest government money can buy. — Grant McLachlan
Money Corruption Quotes By Mokokoma Mokhonoana: When coming to sex: First served, first come. When coming to sex: First served, first come. — Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Money Corruption Quotes By Catherine Ryan Hyde: I seem to remember that Gandhi once said I seem to remember that Gandhi once said his commitment was to truth, not consistency. - Nathan — Catherine Ryan Hyde
Money Corruption Quotes By Roger B. Taney: In large commercial cities, the money power is, In large commercial cities, the money power is, I fear irresistible. It is not by open corruption that it always, or even most generally, operates. — Roger B. Taney
Money Corruption Quotes By Kenneth Eade: Where there's corruption in government, somebody or everybody's Where there's corruption in government, somebody or everybody's making a lot of money. That makes it dangerous. — Kenneth Eade
Money Corruption Quotes By Michele Bachmann: You can't take money from the taxpayers out You can't take money from the taxpayers out of the treasury to give it to pay off your political donors. That's corruption to do that. — Michele Bachmann
Money Corruption Quotes By Gil A. Waters: One day, I want enough money to be One day, I want enough money to be at the center of a corruption scandal. — Gil A. Waters
Money Corruption Quotes By Franklin P. Jones: The most efficient labor-saving device is still money. The most efficient labor-saving device is still money. — Franklin P. Jones
Money Corruption Quotes By Paul Ryan: PACs corrupt the system. They handle vast amounts PACs corrupt the system. They handle vast amounts of money and the money corrupts. — Paul Ryan
Money Corruption Quotes By Lawrence Lessig: [I]t kind of terrified me to imagine myself [I]t kind of terrified me to imagine myself spending the rest of my life tinkering on the margins of the small arguments. — Lawrence Lessig
Money Corruption Quotes By James L. Buckley: What people fail to appreciate is that the What people fail to appreciate is that the currency of corruption in elective office is, not money, but votes. — James L. Buckley