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Sex is the mysticism of materialism and the only possible religion in a materialistic society.
— Malcolm Muggeridge
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I have a record as governor. I have a record of cutting spending. And I talked yesterday not only about we ought to cut spending, I talked about how we've cut spending in Mississippi and how if you did the same things in the federal government, you would save tens of billions of dollars a year.
I think anybody who has been abused as a kid - and I was abused as a kid, by various people - will say it's irrational because violence is irrational.
The fact of the matter is that when there are feelings involved and you like someone, it doesn't matter if you're an actor, a teacher, a doctor, a lawyer, a receptionist - you can't really help it when you have feelings for someone.
Study lends a kind of enchantment to all our surroundings.
It is very true that D.C. often operates in the land of caricature.
In expanding the field of knowledge we but increase the horizon of ignorance.
Fear makes us feel our humanity.
Birds of a lawless, bigoted feather bully together.
Being a writer is not the point. Writing is.
I think I began to like writing a lot more, and to be a better writer, when I did it for a while alone. It made me a little more confident about my style.
We have a great country, we are a great nation - let us trust in it.
A pity beyond all telling is hid in the heart of love.
A politician's words reveal less about what he thinks about his subject than what he thinks about his audience.
To be honest, I don't enjoy watching movies much when I'm working. They tend to fall apart on me a bit.
A man can believe a considerable deal of rubbish, and yet go about his daily work in a rational and cheerful manner.
People can be more forgiving than you can imagine. But you have to forgive yourself. Let go of what's bitter and move on.
I didn't start writing until late high school and then I was just diddling. Mainly I loved to read and my writing was an outgrowth of that.
I am sure that instinctively we wish to be everything, to possess it - why cut the rose or marry the man, otherwise?
I've been writing poems and stories since I was about 13.
Competition helps people figure it out.