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Primary Elections quotes by Noah Feldman
#1. Our post-denominational age should be the perfect time for a Mormon to become president, or at least the Republican nominee. Mormons share nearly all the conservative commitments so beloved of the evangelicals who wield disproportionate influence in primary elections. #Quote by Noah Feldman
Primary Elections quotes by Conan O'Brien
#2. In New York, we had primary elections for mayor. To improve their chances, all five candidates changed their name to Rudy Giuliani. #Quote by Conan O'Brien
Primary Elections quotes by Martin O'Malley
#3. Maryland first allowed early voting during the 2010 primary elections. In November 2012, more than 16 percent of registered voters in Maryland cast their ballots during the early voting period, and some polling places, particularly in our larger jurisdictions, witnessed early voting lines that were hours long. #Quote by Martin O'Malley
Primary Elections quotes by Jimmy Fallon
#4. It was just revealed that Donald Trump hasn't voted in primary elections in over 20 years. Or in simpler terms, Trump hasn't voted in primary elections in over three wives. #Quote by Jimmy Fallon
Primary Elections quotes by Hans Boersma
#5. What we need is evangelicals and Catholics who discern the primary demand of our time: a celebration of our heavenly participation in the eternal Word of God. Only a heavenly minded Christian faith will do us any earthly good. #Quote by Hans Boersma
Primary Elections quotes by Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
#6. The masses who complain about bad leadership must first check their unbiased choices. #Quote by Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
Primary Elections quotes by August Wilson
#7. My influences have been what I call my four Bs - the primary one being the blues, then Borges, Baraka, and Bearden. #Quote by August Wilson
Primary Elections quotes by James Gleick
#8. information, they wonder whether it may be primary: more fundamental than matter itself. #Quote by James Gleick
Primary Elections quotes by Elliott Abrams
#9. The Arab monarchies, especially Jordan and Morocco, are more legitimate than the false republics, with their stolen elections, regime-dominated courts and rubber-stamp parliaments. #Quote by Elliott Abrams
Primary Elections quotes by Bassem Youssef
#10. I don't care about Donald Trump himself. I care and I worry about the very big base that supports him because this kind of language would have been absolutely nonexistent maybe 15, 20 - by the way, I follow the American elections, and I have never seen someone who is that offensive. I have seen people who are stupid. But stupid and offensive, that's new. #Quote by Bassem Youssef
Primary Elections quotes by Nathan Myhrvold
#11. Elections, for their part, are typically popularity contests rather than measures of candidates' relative competency or effectiveness. Imagine if scientific truth were determined according to which scientist was most popular. To be successful, scientists would have to be charismatic and attractive - and human knowledge would suffer terribly. #Quote by Nathan Myhrvold
Primary Elections quotes by Gina Conkle
#12. The primary reason to leave was her art; the singular reason to stay was a man. #Quote by Gina Conkle
Primary Elections quotes by Audre Lorde
#13. Women of today are still being called upon to stretch across the gap of male ignorance and to educate men as to our existence and our needs. This is an old and primary tool of all oppressors to keep the oppressed occupied with the master's concerns. #Quote by Audre Lorde
Primary Elections quotes by Rush Limbaugh
#14. My primary objective, my desire would be to see the Democrat Party get shellacked in every election, to never see the Democrats ever win one again, as currently constituted. #Quote by Rush Limbaugh
Primary Elections quotes by Preston Sprinkle
#15. Loving your enemy. Doing good things for evil people. Never taking vengeance. Responding to violence with nonviolent love - even if it brings suffering. These are not options, but the primary character traits of those who claim to follow a crucified God. #Quote by Preston Sprinkle
Primary Elections quotes by Victor Pelevin
#16. There's a scientific hypothesis that every person's name is a primary suggestive command that contains the entire script of their life in highly concentrated form ... According to this point of view, there is only a limited number of names, because society only needs a limited number of human types. Just a few models of worker and warrior ants, if I could put it like that. And everybody's psyche is preprogrammed at a basic level by the associative semantic fields that their first name and surname activate. #Quote by Victor Pelevin
Primary Elections quotes by Noam Chomsky
#17. At this stage in the discussion one has to mention the specter of communism. What is the threat of communism to this system? For a clear and cogent answer, one can turn to an extensive study of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation and National Planning Association called the Political Economy of American Foreign Policy, a very important book. It was compiled by a representative segment of the tiny elite that largely sets public policy for whoever is technically in office. In effect, it's as close as you can come to a manifesto of the American ruling class.

Here they define the primary threat of communism as "the economic transformation of the communist powers in ways which reduce their willingness or ability to complement the industrial economies of the West." That is the primary threat of communism. Communism, in short, reduces the willingness and ability of underdeveloped countries to function in the world capitalist economy in the manner of, for example, the Philippines which has developed a colonial economy of a classic type, after 75 years of American tutelage and domination. It is this doctrine which explains why British economist Joan Robinson describes the American crusade against communism as a crusade against development. #Quote by Noam Chomsky
Primary Elections quotes by Wendy McElroy
#18. The problem is not that public schools do not work well, but rather that they do. The first goal and primary function of schools is not to educate good people, but good citizens. It is the function which we normally label state indoctrination. #Quote by Wendy McElroy
Primary Elections quotes by Max Barry
#19. My own fault. The equipment had safeties but your primary piece of protective equipment was your brain. There was a presumption that anyone entering this room was intelligent enough to keep away from hot things, sharp things, and things carrying large stores of momentum. #Quote by Max Barry
Primary Elections quotes by John Gray
#20. The number one way a man can succeed in fulfilling a woman's primary love needs is through communication. By learning to listen to a woman's feelings, a man can effectively shower a woman with caring, understanding, respect, devotion, validation, and reassurance ... #Quote by John Gray
Primary Elections quotes by Rodney Stark
#21. It has been said of many modern Christian theologians that their primary aim is to find ways to express disbelief as belief. #Quote by Rodney Stark
Primary Elections quotes by Elizabeth George
#22. Just as mental toughness and physical energy are the primary traits of an army, they also mark God's beautiful woman. #Quote by Elizabeth George
Primary Elections quotes by Verity Stob
#23. The primary duty of an exception handler is to get the error out of the lap of the programmer and into the surprised face of the user. Provided you keep this cardinal rule in mind, you can't go far wrong. #Quote by Verity Stob
Primary Elections quotes by Newt Gingrich
#24. Is the purpose of free elections to allow the most clever and vicious person to aggregate power, or is the purpose of free elections to enable the American people to have a serious conversation about their country's future and try to find both a policy and a personality that they think will carry to them that better future? #Quote by Newt Gingrich
Primary Elections quotes by Bell Hooks
#25. Significantly, romantic friendships can coexist with the fact of partners' marrying because their reason for being is not to replace marriage but to open the possibility of sustained, committed true love existing among friends, and not just same-sex friends. No matter that our chosen relationship commitments change. Those of us who have long-term romantic friendships, some that have lasted longer than any of our marriages or partnerships, do not fear that these commitments will falter if we create primary bonds. #Quote by Bell Hooks
Primary Elections quotes by Pete Sessions
#26. History shows one important fact: the results of competitive special elections from Hawaii to New York are poor indicators of broader trends or future general election outcomes. #Quote by Pete Sessions
Primary Elections quotes by Darin Strauss
#27. In order for a narrative to work, the primary character should have a concrete desire - a need that drives her story - and the story's writer should make this goal known to the reader pretty early in the narrative. #Quote by Darin Strauss
Primary Elections quotes by Martin Henderson
#28. I'm quite proud of growing up in New Zealand where, from quite early on in primary school, you're learning to count in Maori, Maori mythology and dances and colours and history, and I think that gives a child a really good grounding. #Quote by Martin Henderson
Primary Elections quotes by Ted Cruz
#29. Three of the last four [elections], '06, '08, and '12, were disastrous for Republicans. And they were years in which we just we stayed quiet, we went along the get-along, we didn't stand on principle. The only year that was a good year for Republicans was 2010, when we painted in bold colors, not in pale pastels. We stood for principle. I think winning this fight right now is the most important thing we can do to see significant victories in 2014. #Quote by Ted Cruz
Primary Elections quotes by Bill Stern
#30. Our elections are free-it's in the results where eventually we pay. #Quote by Bill Stern
Primary Elections quotes by George Weah
#31. Around 80% of Liberians are unemployed and only half of all children go to primary school. Just one in 20 go on to secondary school. Young children are on the streets instead of in the classrooms. We are not giving them the opportunity to learn and they will struggle to get jobs when they grow up. #Quote by George Weah
Primary Elections quotes by Gore Vidal
#32. A nation not of men but of laws, intoned John Adams as he, among other lawyers, launched what has easily become the most demented society ever consciously devised by intelligent men. We are now enslaves by laws. We are governed by lawyers. We create little but litigate much. Our monuments are the ever-expanding prisons, where millions languish for having committed victimless crimes or for simply not playing the game of plausible deniability (aka lying) with a sufficiently good legal team. What began as a sort of Restoration comedy, The Impeachment of a President, on a frivolous, irrelevant matter, is suddenly turning very black indeed, and all our political arrangements are at risk as superstitious Christian fundamentalists and their corporate manipulators seem intent on overthrowing two presidential elections in a Senate trial. This is no longer comedy. This is usurpation. #Quote by Gore Vidal
Primary Elections quotes by Kay Redfield Jamison
#33. During the Renaissance there was a renewed interest in the relationship between genius, melancholia, and madness. A stronger distinction was made between sane melancholies of high achievement and individuals whose insanity prevented them from using their ability. The eighteenth century witnessed a sharp change in attitude; balance and rational thought, rather than "inspiration" and emotional extremes, were seen as the primary components of genius. #Quote by Kay Redfield Jamison
Primary Elections quotes by Jordan Mechner
#34. Design a clear and simple interface. The primary task of the interface is to present the player with a choice of the available actions at each moment and to provide instant feedback when the player makes a choice. #Quote by Jordan Mechner
Primary Elections quotes by Diablo Cody
#35. The primary job for women in Hollywood is still super-attractive actress. That is the most high-profile women's job in Hollywood. #Quote by Diablo Cody
Primary Elections quotes by Eileen Wilks
#36. I need to check your ankle."
"If you object, I - "
"Giving me a chance to object is not the same as asking permission. You're used to telling people what to do. That works with those guards you're in charge of. You aren't in charge of me. You have to ask."
One corner of his mouth turned up. "It's more efficient my way."
"If your primary goal in life is efficiency, you should just die."
That startled him. His head actually jerked back. "What?"
"The most efficient way to live a life is to die a couple seconds after you're born. Pfft. Done." She dusted her hands to demonstrate that. "It's too late for you to achieve optimal efficiency, but you could still ... #Quote by Eileen Wilks
Primary Elections quotes by Joyce Banda
#37. I have chosen to fight against corruption in this country, though I have been advised not to because we are drawing closer to this year's Tripartite Elections. I know I am fighting against people who are smarter, wealthier and advanced. #Quote by Joyce Banda
Primary Elections quotes by Martin Scorsese
#38. During Prohibition, Atlantic City created the idea of the speakeasy, which turned into nightclubs and that extraordinary political complexity and corruption coming out of New Jersey at the time. The long hand that they had-and maybe still do-even had to do with presidential elections. #Quote by Martin Scorsese
Primary Elections quotes by Marcus Du Sautoy
#39. I think my primary audience is in some sense an adult audience, because I think that will then have a knock-on effect for children. #Quote by Marcus Du Sautoy
Primary Elections quotes by Nicholas Carr
#40. The Net grants us instant access to a library of information unprecedented in its size and scope, and it makes it easy for us to sort through that library - to find, if not exactly what we were looking for, at least something sufficient for our immediate purposes. What the Net diminishes is Johnson's primary kind of knowledge: the ability to know, in depth, a subject for ourselves, to construct within our own minds the rich and idiosyncratic set of connections that give rise to a singular intelligence. #Quote by Nicholas Carr
Primary Elections quotes by William A. Adams
#41. Leadership's primary job is to enhance creative capacity by developing collectively effective leadership. #Quote by William A. Adams
Primary Elections quotes by Paramahansa Yogananda
#42. Thought is the primary energy and vibration that emanated from God and is thus the creator of life, electrons, atoms, and all forms of energy. #Quote by Paramahansa Yogananda
Primary Elections quotes by Howard G. Hendricks
#43. So the first reason for studying Scripture is that it is a means of spiritual growth. There is none apart from the Word. It is God's primary tool to develop you as an individual. #Quote by Howard G. Hendricks
Primary Elections quotes by Maddie Grigg
#44. Outside the door, a teller with a blue rosette chomps on an apple and asks for my number. She smiles a thank you and reveals a ghastly, gaping tunnel of masticated apple, edge with violent mauve lipstick seemingly applied by Bette Davis in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane. #Quote by Maddie Grigg
Primary Elections quotes by Christopher Hitchens
#45. Mrs. Clinton, speaking to a black church audience on Martin Luther King Day last year, did describe President George W. Bush as treating the Congress of the United States like 'a plantation,' adding in a significant tone of voice that 'you know what I mean ... '
She did not repeat this trope, for some reason, when addressing the electors of Iowa or New Hampshire. She's willing to ring the other bell, though, if it suits her. But when an actual African-American challenger comes along, she rather tends to pout and wince at his presumption (or did until recently). #Quote by Christopher Hitchens

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