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“You're no general. You're not even a good painter.”
“- Lt. Leak: Captain, uh... there must be some mistake. I'm supposed to be in a Texas unit. Most of these boys are from New York and I just don't understand a word these city fellers are sayin'.
- Capt. George McMurtry: You don't have to understand them Lieutenant, they have to understand you.”
“This is no democracy. It is a dictatorship. I am the law.”
“To be a good soldier you must love the army. To be a good commander you must be able to order the death of the thing you love.”
“I’m going to die for the people, because I live for the people! I live for the people, because I love the people!”
“People have to be angry at someone. But as leader, one cannot simply react to everything.”
“Men, good or bad, do not follow what they don’t respect.”
“Who is the boss? The cop or the law?”
- Tim: So this whole place is run by babies?
- Boss Baby: Yep.
- Tim: My dad says "Those who can, do. And those who can't, supervise."
- Boss Baby: Your father is a hippie.
“Wars aren't fought by nations or by armies. Wars are fought by men. There are two types of general in the American military. There are those who believe they can win in the face of all evidence to the contrary. And there are those who know they can't. Unfortunately for the world, it's the believers who climb to the top of the ladder. It's guys...” (continue)(continue reading)
“I'm no leader. I came because I have no choice. I came to save my home, and the people that I love.”
“From now on you're working for me. Most of you know how I operate. If you don't, read the papers and find out!”
“These are troubled times. Without leaders, chaos reigns.”
“Well, the boss isn't always right. But he's always the boss.”
“We're a world with no single leader. It's impossible to deal with just one of us.”
“Leaders get people killed. So I follow, always.”
“- Emile Zola: Why didn't Picquart say anything?
- Lucie Dreyfus: Colonel Picquart is a good officer. He kept silent at the request of his superiors.
- Emile Zola: You mean they knew and they ordered him to suppress the truth?”