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George F. Will Quote: “Overcriminalization has become a national plague.”
George F. Will Quote: “This is an age in which one cannot find common sense without a search warrant.”
George F. Will Quote: “Money is time made tangible – the time invested in the earning of it. Taxation is the confiscation of the earner’s time. Although some taxation is necessary, all taxation diminishes freedom.”
George F. Will Quote: “A surreal and ultimately disgusting facet of the Iraq fiasco is the lag between when a fact becomes obvious and when the fiasco’s architects acknowledge that fact.”
George F. Will Quote: “Ronald Reagan has held the two most demeaning jobs in the country; President of the United States and radio broadcaster for the Chicago Cubs.”
George F. Will Quote: “Jay Carney, whose unenviable job is not to explain but to explain away what his employers say, calls the IRS’s behavior “inappropriate. ” No, using the salad fork for the entree is inappropriate. Using the Internal Revenue Service for political purposes is a criminal offense.”
George F. Will Quote: “The euro currency both presupposes and promotes a fiction – that ‘Europe’ has somehow become, against the wishes of most Europeans, a political rather than a merely geographic expression.”
George F. Will Quote: “Modern Americans travel light, with little philosophic baggage other than a fervent belief in their right to the pursuit of happiness.”
George F. Will Quote: “The average American expends more time becoming informed about choosing a car than choosing a candidate. But, then, the consequences of the former choice are immediate and discernible.”
George F. Will Quote: “The best use of history is as an inoculation against radical expectations, and hence against embittering disappointments.”
George F. Will Quote: “Today it would be progress if everyone would stop talking about values. Instead, let us talk, as the Founders did, about virtues.”
George F. Will Quote: “Most presidents come to Washington bright as freshly minted dimes and leave much diminished.”
George F. Will Quote: “She is so totally absorbed in a vocation – both a gift and a mastering passion – that she has no time to be absorbed with the self’s worries about itself. And that is the moral of the story: You can pursue happiness by wearing a torn jersey. You can catch it by being good at something you love.”
George F. Will Quote: “As has been said, standards are always out of date – that is why we call them standards.”
George F. Will Quote: “Actually, there is only one first question of government, and it is How should we live? or What kind of people do we want our citizens to be?”
George F. Will Quote: “Childhood is frequently a solemn business for those inside it.”
George F. Will Quote: “Voters cannot hold officials responsible if they do not know what government is doing, or which parts of government are doing what.”
George F. Will Quote: “The great task of life is transmission: the task of transmitting the essential tools and graces of life from our parents to our children.”
George F. Will Quote: “Today more Americans are imprisoned for drug offenses than for property crimes.”
George F. Will Quote: “If those who wrote and ratified the 14th Amendment had imagined laws restricting immigration – and had anticipated huge waves of illegal immigration – is it reasonable to presume they would have wanted to provide the reward of citizenship to the children of the violators of those laws? Surely not.”
George F. Will Quote: “The English language is not always the President’s friend.”
George F. Will Quote: “Disparagement of television is second only to watching television as an American pastime.”
George F. Will Quote: “It has made mincemeat of Barack Obama’s pose of thoughtfulness. It has demonstrated that he lacks even a rudimentary understanding of the most basic economic realities. It has dramatized environmentalism’s descent into infantilism.”
George F. Will Quote: “Obama, startled that components of government behave as interest groups, seems utterly unfamiliar with public choice theory. It demystifies and de-romanticizes politics by applying economic analysis – how incentives influence behavior – to government.”
George F. Will Quote: “Freedom is not only the absence of external restraints. It is also the absence of irresistible internal compulsions, unmanageable passion, and uncensorable highlights.”
George F. Will Quote: “Sports is the toy department of life.”
George F. Will Quote: “Since 1946, the Cubs have had two problems: They put too few runs on the scoreboard and the other guys put too many. So what is the new management improving? The scoreboard.”
George F. Will Quote: “Wars do not always begin with an abrupt, cymbal-crash rupture of conditions properly characterized as peace. There can be almost seamlessly incremental transitions.”
George F. Will Quote: “Even the continents drift.”
George F. Will Quote: “So the Clinton-Gore era culminates with an election as stained as the blue dress, a Democratic chorus complaining that the Constitution should not be the controlling legal authority, and Clinton’s understudy dispatching lawyers to litigate this: It depends on what the meaning of ‘vote’ is.”
George F. Will Quote: “The strongest continuous thread in America’s political tradition is skepticism about government.”
George F. Will Quote: “Freedom means the freedom to behave coarsely, basely, foolishly.”
George F. Will Quote: “Believing that a crisis is a useful thing to create, the Obama administration – which understands that, for liberalism, worse is better – has deliberately aggravated the fiscal shambles that the Great Recession accelerated.”
George F. Will Quote: “The First Amendment is not a blanket freedom-of-information act. The constitutional newsgathering freedom means the media can go where the public can, but enjoys no superior right of access.”
George F. Will Quote: “I am opposed to term limits because if we did not have seasoned professionals, we would not have the good government that we have.”
George F. Will Quote: “Baseball’s best teams lose about sixty-five times a season. It is not a game you can play with your teeth clenched.”
George F. Will Quote: “All politicians are to some extent salesmen.”
George F. Will Quote: “Arizona’s law makes what is already a federal offense – being in the country illegally – a state offense. Some critics seem not to understand Arizona’s right to assert concurrent jurisdiction.”
George F. Will Quote: “Being elected to Congress is regarded as being sent on a looting raid for one’s friends.”
George F. Will Quote: “Still, it is not perverse to wonder whether the spectacle of America, currently learning a lesson – one that conservatives should not have to learn on the job – about the limits of power to subdue an unruly world, has emboldened many enemies.”
George F. Will Quote: “Baseball’s rich in wonderful statistics, but it’s hard to find one more beautiful than Stan Musial’s hitting record. He didn’t care where he was, he just hit.”
George F. Will Quote: “For Conservatives, seeing is believing. For liberals, believing is seeing.”
George F. Will Quote: “Stalin’s henchman Molotov, 96, died old and in bed, a privilege he helped to deny to millions.”
George F. Will Quote: “I don’t think anyone has ever announced running for president that they want to change the Bill of Rights.”
George F. Will Quote: “I think if you’d had television cameras at Gettysburg, this would be two nations today. People would not have put up with that carnage if they saw it up close. We’d have elected McClellan in 1864.”
George F. Will Quote: “In the lexicon of the political class, the word ‘sacrifice’ means that the citizens are supposed to mail even more of their income to Washington so that the political class will not have to sacrifice the pleasure of spending it.”
George F. Will Quote: “In the annals of American blunders, the Bay of Pigs may have been even more feckless, and the invasion of Iraq more costly, but we cannot yet calculate the cost of teaching Iran and others, by our role in the casual overthrow of Moammar Gaddafi, the peril of not having nuclear weapons.”
George F. Will Quote: “On a throne at the center of a sense of humor sits a capacity for irony. All wit rests on a cheerful awareness of life’s incongruities. It is a gentling awareness, and no politician without it should be allowed near power.”
George F. Will Quote: “The argument that a particular project will be “self-financing” is usually the first refuge of politicians defending the indefensible.”
George F. Will Quote: “World War II was the last government program that really worked.”
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