Quid Pro Quo Quotes

Quid Pro Quo Quotes by Douglas A. Lawson, Hannibal, Immanuel Wallerstein, Donald Trump, Jack Abramoff, Thomas Roberts and many others.

We exist temporarily through what we take,
but we live

We exist temporarily through what we take,
but we live forever through what we give.
Douglas A. Lawson
All good things to those who wait.
The mode of reconciling the promise of ever-increasing reward for the cadres and the demands of the working classes for a quid pro quo for their loyalty to the state was to offer the latter a small piece of the pie.
Immanuel Wallerstein
State Department official accused of offering ‘quid pro quo’ in [Hillary] Clinton email scandal.
Donald Trump
As a lobbyist, I thought it only natural and right that my clients should reward those members who saved them such substantial sums with generous contributions. This quid pro quo became one of hallmarks of our lobbying efforts.
Jack Abramoff
Both the State Department and the FBI deny any ‘quid pro quo’ between Hillary Clinton’s State Department and the FBI.
Thomas Roberts
Only unconditional grace can transform a hardened heart into a grateful heart. Only a free gift can demolish any notion of quid pro quo. Only an utterly merciful act of love can fashion a new creation capable of love. As theologian Karl Barth puts it, ‘As the beloved of God, we have no alternative but to love him in return.
Mark Galli
This is nothing. The last couple of batches of [Hillary Clinton’s] emails have revealed exactly nothing. Now, who is pushing this notion that there was a quid pro quo in the State Department?
Thomas Roberts
Wilderness designations should not be the result of a quid pro quo. They should rise or fall on their own merits.
Nick Rahall
Once you experience being loved when you are unworthy, being forgiven when you did something wrong, that moves you into non-dual thinking. You move from what I call meritocracy, quid pro quo thinking, to the huge ocean of grace, where you stop counting or calculating.
Richard Rohr
Texas has waited too long for a governor who knows that quid pro quo shouldn’t be the status quo. It’s time for a governor who believes that you don’t have to buy a place in Texas’ future.
Wendy Davis
If the angle you’re going at is there’s some kind of quid pro quo – there isn’t. Business is business, and people are allowed to make money. Looks can be deceiving, because there’s no quid pro quo here.
Mike Miller