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Komatsu America quotes by Hillary Clinton
#1. It's true that America can't solve every problem, but I don't know of any major problem in the world that can be solved without us. #Quote by Hillary Clinton
Komatsu America quotes by Janine Turner
#2. Without moral values, which should begin in Congress, America will lose her roots, her basis, her thesis. #Quote by Janine Turner
Komatsu America quotes by D.B. Reynolds
#3. Did you ever find it?" Cyn asked.
"What's that?"
"Something he wouldn't give you?"
"You know, Cynthia, I did. Very recently,in fact.
"What was it?"
"You #Quote by D.B. Reynolds
Komatsu America quotes by Gerald Chertavian
#4. The best thing we can do is prepare people to lead in a much more diverse environment and see that as one of our national assets and one of the things that makes America strong. #Quote by Gerald Chertavian
Komatsu America quotes by Henry Johnson Jr
#5. Circumstances would always exist in the human's success story, but it is not controlled by destiny. Destiny is controlled by "FATE." I think it might be the optimist in me, but in America, "Dreams" are livable. #Quote by Henry Johnson Jr
Komatsu America quotes by Diana Abu-Jaber
#6. He tells about his Sudanese roommate at Georgetown who owned a prayer rug with a compass to find Mecca built right into it. "After a few weeks in America, he rolled it up and used the compass to go camping," Han says. #Quote by Diana Abu-Jaber
Komatsu America quotes by Evgeni Kostitsyn
#7. Should we stop celebrating the Columbus day - the day when the first illegal immigrants entered America? #Quote by Evgeni Kostitsyn
Komatsu America quotes by Charles Dickens
#8. Those of the said French Lewis, and wickedly, falsely, traitorously, and otherwise evil-adverbiously, revealing to the said French Lewis what forces our said serene, illustrious, excellent, and so forth, had in preparation to send to Canada and North America. This much, Jerry, with his head becoming more and more #Quote by Charles Dickens
Komatsu America quotes by Cathy Park Hong
#9. One characteristic of racism is that children are treated like adults and adults are treated like children. Watching a parent being debased like a child is the deepest shame. I cannot count the number of times I have seen my parents condescended to or mocked by white adults. This was so customary that when my mother had any encounter with a white adult, I was always hypervigilant, ready to mediate or pull her away. To grow up Asian in America is to witness the humiliation of authority figures like your parents and to learn not to depend on them: they cannot protect you. #Quote by Cathy Park Hong
Komatsu America quotes by Oscar Wilde
#10. The first thing that struck me on landing in America was that if the Americans are not the most well-dressed people in the world, they are the most comfortably dressed. #Quote by Oscar Wilde
Komatsu America quotes by Chris Christie
#11. I said we are going to balance an $11 billion budget deficit in a $29 billion budget, so by percentage, the largest budget deficit in America, by percentage, larger than California, larger than New York, larger than Illinois. And we're going to balance that without raising taxes on the people of the state of New Jersey. #Quote by Chris Christie
Komatsu America quotes by John Edgar Wideman
#12. They killed everyone in the camps. The whole world was dying there. Not only Jews. Even a black woman. Not gypsy. Not African. American like you, Mrs. Clara.

They said she was a dancer and could play any instrument. Said she could line up shoes from many countries and hop from one pair to the next, performing the dances of the world. They said the Queen of Denmark honored her with a gold trumpet. But she was there, in hell with the rest of us.

A woman like you. Many years ago. A lifetime ago. Young then as you would have been. And beautiful. As I believe you must have been, Mrs. Clara. Yes. Before America entered the war. Already camps had begun devouring people. All kinds of people. Yet she was rare. Only woman like her I saw until I came here, to this country, this city. And she saved my life.

Poor thing.

I was just a boy. Thirteen years old. The guards were beating me. I did not know why. Why? They didn't need a why. They just beat. And sometimes the beating ended in death because there was no reason to stop, just as there was no reason to begin. A boy. But I'd seen it many times. In the camp long enough to forget why I was alive, why anyone would want to live for long. They were hurting me, beating the life out of me but I was not surprised, expected no explanation. I remember curling up as I had seen a dog once cowering from the blows of a rolled newspaper. In the old country lifetimes ago. A boy in my village staring at a dog #Quote by John Edgar Wideman
Komatsu America quotes by Jeff Greenfield
#13. It was more than just material prosperity. America in 1960 was a country where restraint and boundaries were the natural conditions in all arenas. People married younger and stayed married; even with those added twenty-eight million, there were fewer divorces in 1960 than there had been a decade earlier. People did not have children unless they were married - only 2.5 percent of children were born out of wedlock, though the number in black households was disturbingly high - some 20 percent. #Quote by Jeff Greenfield
Komatsu America quotes by Sally Wister
#14. I feel in good spirits, though surrounded by an Army, the house full of officers, the yard alive with soldiers, - very peaceable sort of men, tho'. They eat like other folks, talk like them, and behave themselves with elegance; so I will not be afraid of them, that I won't. #Quote by Sally Wister
Komatsu America quotes by Gary Younge
#15. In more than half of American homes where there are both children and firearms, according to a 2000 study, the weapons are in an unlocked place, and in more than 40 percent of homes, guns without a trigger lock are in an unlocked place. Almost three-quarters of children under the age of ten who live in homes with guns say they know where the guns are. A 2005 study showed that more than 1.69 million children and youth under eighteen live in homes with weapons that are loaded and unlocked. According to a Department of Education study, 65% of school shootings between 1974 and 2000 were carried out with a gun from the attacker's home or the home of a relative. And the laws, it seems, are effective. One study indicated that in the twelve states where child-access prevention laws were on the books for at least one year, unintentional gun deaths fell by 23 percent. #Quote by Gary Younge
Komatsu America quotes by Jim McDermott
#16. I have stood on the front lines of the health care system as a doctor, patient and concerned parent. Those experiences have served as my guideposts throughout the struggle to reform America's health care system. And it's those same experiences that tell me that fear and election hysteria should not overshadow the reality of reform. #Quote by Jim McDermott
Komatsu America quotes by Jim DeMint
#17. We need comprehensive reform that will make America the best place in the world to invest and do business. #Quote by Jim DeMint
Komatsu America quotes by Jean Fritz
#18. The way they taught history in schools was not appealing. They stressed wars and dates. They left the people out. I was attracted to history by the need to know about the people. In China, I went to a British school, and we just learned about kings and queens. Back in America, I had the regular social studies curriculum. #Quote by Jean Fritz
Komatsu America quotes by Leonard Peltier
#19. When you grow up Indian, you quickly learn that the so-called American Dream isn't for you. For you that dream's a nightmare. Ask any Indian kid: you're out just walking across the street of some little off-reservation town and there's this white cop suddenly comes up to you, grabs you by your long hair, pushes you up against a car, frisks you, gives you a couple good jabs in the ribs with his nightstick, then sends you off with a warning sneer: "Watch yourself, Tonto!" He doesn't do that to white kids, just Indians. You can hear him chuckling with delight as you limp off, clutching your bruised ribs. If you talk smart when they hassle you, off to the slammer you go. Keep these Injuns in their place, you know.

Truth is, they actually need us. Who else would they fill up their jails and prisons with in places like the Dakotas and New Mexico if they didn't have Indians? Think of all the cops and judges and guards and lawyers who'd be out of work if they didn't have Indians to oppress! We keep the system going. We help give the American system of injustice the criminals it needs. At least being prison fodder is some kind of reason for being. Prison's the only university, the only finishing school many young Indian brothers ever see. Same for blacks and Latinos. So-called Latinos, of course, are what white man calls Indians who live south of the Rio Grande. White man's books will tell you there are only 2.5 million or so of us Indians here in America. But there are mor #Quote by Leonard Peltier
Komatsu America quotes by Emerson Fittipaldi
#20. When I came to America Al Unser, Jr. was very difficult. And Bobby Unser. #Quote by Emerson Fittipaldi
Komatsu America quotes by F. Lee Bailey
#21. In America, an acquittal doesn't mean you're innocent, it means you beat the rap. My clients lose even when they win. #Quote by F. Lee Bailey
Komatsu America quotes by Jamie Dimon
#22. I hope the story of 2011 is that America gets its mojo back. You've got to remember that America has the best universities; it's got some of the best businesses. It's got an unbelievable work ethic, rule of law. The story of 2011 will be America blossoming again. #Quote by Jamie Dimon
Komatsu America quotes by Bill Bryson
#23. The world is very lucky to have America. It's got to be the first time in the whole history of the planet that a country has been the dominant force in the world and it has actually been a force for good ... America really deserves more credit. #Quote by Bill Bryson
Komatsu America quotes by Bill Bryson
#24. America's industrial success produced a roll call of financial magnificence: Rockefellers, Morgans, Astors, Mellons, Fricks, Carnegies, Goulds, du Ponts, Belmonts, Harrimans, Huntingtons, Vanderbilts, and many more based in dynastic wealth of essentially inexhaustible proportions. John D. Rockefeller made $1 billion a year, measured in today's money, and paid no income tax. No one did, for income tax did not yet exist in America. Congress tried to introduce an income tax of 2 percent on earnings of $4,000 in 1894, but the Supreme Court ruled it unconstitutional. Income tax wouldn't become a regular part of American Life until 1914. People would never be this rich again.
Spending all this wealth became for many a more or less full-time occupation. A kind of desperate, vulgar edge became attached to almost everything they did. At one New York dinner party, guests found the table heaped with sand and at each place a little gold spade; upon a signal, they were invited to dig in and search for diamonds and other costly glitter buried within. At another party - possibly the most preposterous ever staged - several dozen horses with padded hooves were led into the ballroom of Sherry's, a vast and esteemed eating establishment, and tethered around the tables so that the guests, dressed as cowboys and cowgirls, could enjoy the novel and sublimely pointless pleasure of dining in a New York ballroom on horseback. #Quote by Bill Bryson
Komatsu America quotes by Malcolm X
#25. If you stick a knife nine inches into my back and pull it out three inches, that is not progress. Even if you pull it all the way out, that is not progress. Progress is healing the wound, and America hasn't even begun to pull out the knife. #Quote by Malcolm X
Komatsu America quotes by Gillian Armstrong
#26. Cable television stations in America are now producing such smart, in-depth, non-formula, character-based dramas. Film has turned more and more into big action or cartoons. #Quote by Gillian Armstrong
Komatsu America quotes by Bernard Goldberg
#27. Try to imagine an America without rich people. Rich people contribute a lot to this country. #Quote by Bernard Goldberg
Komatsu America quotes by John Dos Passos
#28. Do you know how long God took to destroy the Tower of Babel, folks? Seven minutes. Do you know how long the Lord God took to destroy Babylon and Nineveh? Seven minutes. There's more wickedness in one block in New York City than there was in a square mile in Nineveh, and how long do you think the Lord God of Sabboath will take to destroy New York City and Brooklyn and the Bronx? Seven seconds. Seven Seconds. #Quote by John Dos Passos
Komatsu America quotes by Michael Mullen
#29. I would like America to remember those who have served and those that we've lost and their families. #Quote by Michael Mullen
Komatsu America quotes by Jon Meacham
#30. Once the cry and the cause of a generation of progressives to make America safer, fairer and cleaner, 'regulation' is now a dirty word in our politics. Even Democrats are quick to talk about cutting regulations; Republicans hate them with - how to put it? - evangelical fervor. #Quote by Jon Meacham
Komatsu America quotes by James Russell Lowell
#31. The English Puritans pulled down church and state to rebuild Zion on the ruins, and all the while it was not Zion, but America, they were building. #Quote by James Russell Lowell
Komatsu America quotes by Glenn Beck
#32. If somebody comes and scoops up all of my neighbor's information because they're on Verizon and just gathers all of that information, it is a violation of my civil rights as well. I'm telling you, America, we are the civil rights leaders of this day. Accept your position. Accept your role. Square your shoulders. Stand up. Link arms. Some of us will not make it to the end, as they used to say because this is a long, long journey to the end of the road. But man will be free as long as people understand the Bill of Rights. It was given to us, yes, by man, and flawed men, but it was inspired by God. Those rights don't belong to you. You are merely a guardian of those rights for our children and our grandchildren, of all color, of all races, of all theological backgrounds. You are a guardian and a steward. Recognize what time it is. Recognize why you have been born, where you have been born. You have been given much, and believe me, much is required, not just expected. #Quote by Glenn Beck
Komatsu America quotes by Ellen Gustafson
#33. The abundance of cheap food with low nutritional value in the Western diet has wreaked havoc on our health; in America, one third of children and two thirds of adults are overweight or obese and are more likely to develop diabetes and cardiovascular disease. #Quote by Ellen Gustafson
Komatsu America quotes by Osama Bin Laden
#34. America has been hit by Allah at its most vulnerable point, destroying, thank God, its most prestigious buildings. #Quote by Osama Bin Laden
Komatsu America quotes by Marilynne Robinson
#35. I think that in our earlier history
the Gettysburg Address or something
there was the conscious sense that democracy was an achievement. It was not simply the most efficient modern system or something. It was something that people collectively made and they understood that they held it together by valuing it. #Quote by Marilynne Robinson
Komatsu America quotes by Johnny Marr
#36. I had a feeling about what I wanted to say, and I wasn't really qualified to discuss real things out of America because I didn't grow up there. #Quote by Johnny Marr
Komatsu America quotes by Wayne Dyer
#37. If you ask every American out there what kind of a people we are, we would all say, "Oh, we're really good people. We do good things in the world." Then you go around the world and ask what America is like, there's a completely different conceptualization of what we are. #Quote by Wayne Dyer
Komatsu America quotes by Marco Rubio
#38. You know what the fastest growing religion in America is? Statism. The growing reliance on government. #Quote by Marco Rubio
Komatsu America quotes by John Spratt
#39. What we are effectively doing, I say this to the young people of America whom my colleagues represent, is leaving our children and grandchildren the tab for fighting a war, letting them pay for the lion's share of it by simply adding it to the national debt. #Quote by John Spratt

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