48 Best Texa Quotes And Sayings

Texas has long been a symbol of freedom and equality. People from all over the world come to Texas because of its unique culture and landscape. The state is filled with diverse people and diverse ideas, which makes for a colorful history. Texas is home to many influential people in history, so it makes sense that so many great quotes have been written about the state Read more

Check out this list of historical, inspirational, humorous, and wise Texas quotes to get you started on your next adventure in the Lone Star State.

If I owned Texas and Hell, I would rent out...
If I owned Texas and Hell, I would rent out Texas and live in Hell Philip Henry Sheridan
I have said that Texas is a state of mind, but I think it is more than that. It is a mystique closely approximating a religion. And this is true to the extent that people either passionately love Texas or passionately hate it and, as in other religions, few people dare to inspect it for fear of losing their bearings in mystery or paradox. But I think there will be little quarrel with my feeling that Texas is one thing. For all its enormous range of space, climate, and physical appearance, and for all the internal squabbles, contentions, and strivings, Texas has a tight cohesiveness perhaps stronger than any other section of America. Rich, poor, Panhandle, Gulf, city, country, Texas is the obsession, the proper study, and the passionate possession of all Texans. John Steinbeck
It is notorious that the news of the Emancipation Proclamation was kept from the people of Texas and not celebrated until 'Juneteenth'. There may be those in Texas now who believe they can insulate their state–a state that had its own courageous revolution–from the news of evolution and from the writing in 1786 of a Constitution that refuses to mention religion except when demarcating and limiting its role in the public square. But we promise them today that they will join their fore-runners in the flat-earth community, and in the mad clerical clique of those who believed that the sun revolved around the earth. Yes, they will be in schoolbooks–as a joke on the epic scale of William Jennings Bryan. We shall be fair, and take care to ensure that their tale is told. Christopher Hitchens
This is America. We’re entitled to our opinions.”“ Wrong. This...
This is America. We’re entitled to our opinions.”“ Wrong. This is Texas. And my opinion is the only one that counts. Susan Elizabeth Phillips
After all, Ginger Rogers did everything that Fred Astaire did....
After all, Ginger Rogers did everything that Fred Astaire did. She just did it backwards and in high heels. Ann Richards
Next time I tell you someone from Texas should not be president of the United States, please pay atten Molly Ivins
As they say around the Texas Legislature, if you can't...
As they say around the Texas Legislature, if you can't drink their whiskey, screw their women, take their money, and vote against 'em anyway, you don't belong in office. Molly Ivins
These are tough times for state governments. Huge deficits loom almost everywhere, from California to New York, from New Jersey to Texas.Wait–Texas? Wasn't Texas supposed to be thriving even as the rest of America suffered? Didn't its governor declare, during his re-election campaign, that 'we have billions in surplus'? Yes, it was, and yes, he did. But reality has now intruded, in the form of a deficit expected to run as high as $25 billion over the next two years. And that reality has implications for the nation as a whole. For Texas is where the modern conservative theory of budgeting–the belief that you should never raise taxes under any circumstances, that you can always balance the budget by cutting wasteful spending–has been implemented most completely. If the theory can't make it there, it can't make it anywhere. Paul Krugman
Libraries offer, for free, the wisdom of the ages--and sages--and, simply put, there's something for everyone inside. Laura Bush
If you're not creating, you're disintegrating. Tawny Lara
Families start out, most of the time, with unconditional acceptance of one another. That acceptance starts in childhood and continues into adulthood. Somewhere in there, between childhood and adulthood, the ability to distinguish right versus wrong is born. Bart Hopkins
As a Texan, I say ma'm and sir to my age contemporaries and open doors for anyone that I can. This goes for men, too, though it is appreciated when they beat me to it and disappointing when they don't. Tiffany Madison
Isn't the human body a miracle Shane Flynn
I bought the wrong face soap. Why? Because it says smooth face cleanser on it. I put it on my face and I'm fairly certain it's lotion. I also bought something that says "Body soufflé." What is that? Is it a lotion? Is it shower gel? Am I supposed to eat it? Heather Jonasson
I’m a Texas girl, with a California soul. Crystal Woods
Imogene Duckworthy did not like pigs. She was fairly fond of cattle, having grown up surrounded by them. She hadn't been around pigs much. In fact, this was the first time she'd ever driven toward a pig farm. Kaye George
That's it, Uncle Huey! " Imogene Duckworthy whipped off her apron and flung it onto the slick, stainless steel counter. "I quit! " If only her voice didn’t sound so young. Kaye George
Immy knocked on his open door. "Mr. Mallett?"The look on his narrow face was pained. "What's with the Mr. Mallett? When you don't call me Mike, it's usually trouble. Kaye George
I feel like I've been ironing all day in high heels and no brassiere. ~Tizzy Donovan, Laid Out and Candle Lit Ann Everett