Notable & Quotable

‘We will not build a more prosperous, just, and equitable society characterized by opportunity, dignity, and meaning just by issuing government checks.’

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‘A poll in 2019 revealed that 68% of Americans would not pay $10 more per month on their electricity bill to combat climate change.’

September 26, 2021

‘Enid Futterman . . . told me she finds the idea that COVID is caused by 5G cellphone towers more believable than person-to-person transmission.’

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‘An ordinary lead pencil is the result of the peaceful cooperation of thousands upon thousands of individuals who will never meet.’

September 16, 2021

‘The model used to be: admit wrongdoing, show complete contrition and then we give you a second chance. Now it’s admit wrongdoing and you’re finished. And so the only way to survive is to deny, deny, deny.’

September 14, 2021

‘We should look at the calamitous blunderings in Afghanistan as an opportunity to demand a true turning point.’

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‘Democrats understand that those who would spread radical fundamentalism . . . are beyond the reach of reason.’

August 26, 2021

‘Those who have never fought for the colors they fly should be careful about criticizing those who have.’

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‘The Taliban overrunning everything and owning the whole country is highly unlikely.’

香蕉视频苹果下载August 13, 2021

‘Why did the CDC say the delta variant was ‘just as transmissible as’ the chickenpox?’

August 11, 2021

‘I come from a tradition in which you sometimes have to violate bad laws—by any means necessary.’

August 9, 2021

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