The U.S.S. George H. W. Bush is a great thing in my life. It’s amazing. A great honor.
George H. W. Bush
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As his vice president for eight years, I learned more from Ronald Reagan than from anyone I encountered in all my years of public life.
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I wouldn’t have the Presidency or any political office-don’t want anything to do with it nor have politics have anything to do with me.
If every human rights atrocity is described as a Holocaust,[Adolf] Hitler’s attempted obliteration of the Jewish people is diminished or de-recognised in our history.
I believe health care is a basic right. If education – you’re entitled to an education, why wouldn’t you be entitled to adequate health care? Period.
Major terrorists are provided refuge in Florida. The late Bosch is one, Orlando Bosch. Posada is another. You remember there was something called the Bush Doctrine, Bush II: A country that harbors terrorists is the same as the terrorists themselves.
We do not want a single foot of foreign territory; but of our territory we shall not surrender a single inch to anyone.
It is more pleasant and useful to go through the ‘experience of the revolution’ than to write about it.
We ought to approach this challenge [of global warming] with a sense of profound joy and gratitude: that we are the generation about which, a thousand years from now, philharmonic orchestras and poets and singers will celebrate by saying, they were the ones that found it within themselves to solve this crisis and lay the basis for a bright and optimistic human future.
The business classes are very class-conscious-they’re constantly fighting a bitter class war to improve their power and diminish opposition. Occasionally this is recognized.
The global environment crisis is, as we say in Tennessee, real as rain, and I cannot stand the thought of leaving my children with a degraded earth and a diminished future.
A country in which the people are not healthy physically and psychologically, are poorly educated and illiterate, will never rise to the peaks of world civilization.
Anarchists try to identify power structures. They urge those exercising power to justify themselves. This justification does not succeed most of the time.