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“God is going to have to answer to His maker for this part of the country.”
“Ladies and Gentlemen, good morning. Today you will become citizens of the United States of America. No longer are you an Englishman, Italian, a Pole or whatever, neither will you be a hyphenated American. From this day you are no longer a subject of a governement, but an intergal part of the government, a free man.”
“I will bleed on the American flag to make sure those stripes stay red.”
“If more guns make people safer, then America would be one of the safest countries in the world. It isn't. It's the opposite.”
“Have you lost your mind? I mean, how is it that you can disrespect a man's ethnicity when you know we've influenced nearly every facet of white America... from our music to our style of dress. Not to mention your basic imitation of our sense of cool; walk, talk, dress, mannerisms... we enrich your very existence, all the while contributing to...” (continue)(continue reading)
“In America sex is an obsession, in other parts of the world it is a fact.”
“Cocaine is America's cup of coffee.”
“You are not an American, you are the victim of America!”
“- Annie: Who would want to kill Mr. Warbucks?
- Grace Farrell: The Bolsheviks, dear. He's living proof that the American system really works and the Bolsheviks don't want anyone to know about that.”
“January is the garbage can of movies in America, directly after all the Oscar contenders have been out.”
“American cinema tends to express a patriotic relationship to national identity on a regular basis.”
“- Joe Coughlin: Can you tolerate an Irishman in your crew?
- Maso Pescatore: This is America. I've lived worse.”
“When you can't trust the lawyers and the advertising men, what the hell's America coming to, huh?”
“America's a blinding place for nightlife.”
“The biggest challenge in New Orleans has been to find a worker who can climb a ladder after lunch.”
“- Young Student: You say you want to end the war, so why don't you?
- Richard M. Nixon: Change always comes slowly. I pulled out more than half the troops. I'm trying to cut the military budget for the first time in 30 years. I want a volunteer army. But it's also a question of American credibility, our position in the world.”