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Takoi Reservations quotes by Christopher Hitchens
#1. One of my first reservations about Zionism was and is that, semiconsciously at least, it grants the anti-Semite's first premise about the abnormality of the Jew. #Quote by Christopher Hitchens
Takoi Reservations quotes by Ariel Sharon
#2. I cannot deny that I have doubts, reservations and fears. However, I have come to the conclusion that in the present regional and international reality, Israel must act with courage to accept the political plan which I described. #Quote by Ariel Sharon
Takoi Reservations quotes by George MacDonald
#3. The more I work with the body, keeping my assumptions in a temporary state of reservation, the more I appreciate and sympathize with a given disease. The body no longer appears as a sick or irrational demon, but as a process with its own inner logic and wisdom. #Quote by George MacDonald
Takoi Reservations quotes by Philip Zaleski
#4. Charles Williams loved his son with reservations, complaining that "a child is a guest of a somewhat inconsistent temperament, rather difficult to get rid of, almost pushing; a poor relation rather than a pleasant kind. #Quote by Philip Zaleski
Takoi Reservations quotes by Dennis Quaid
#5. There are three things being a celebrity is good for: raising money for charity, dinner reservations and tee times. #Quote by Dennis Quaid
Takoi Reservations quotes by Immanuel Kant
#6. If, like Hume, I had all manner of adornment in my power, I would still have reservations about using them. It is true that some readers will be scared off by dryness. But isn't it necessary to scare off some if in their case the matter would end up in bad hands? #Quote by Immanuel Kant
Takoi Reservations quotes by Jerry Seinfeld
#7. See, you know how to take the reservation, you just don't know how to hold the reservation and that's really the most important part of the reservation, the holding. Anybody can just take them. #Quote by Jerry Seinfeld
Takoi Reservations quotes by Sitting Bull
#8. God made me an Indian, but not a reservation Indian. #Quote by Sitting Bull
Takoi Reservations quotes by James Welch
#9. The townspeople outside the reservations had a very superior attitude toward Indians, which was kind of funny, because they weren't very wealthy; they were on the fringes of society themselves. #Quote by James Welch
Takoi Reservations quotes by Steven Hatfill
#10. As a scientist in the field of biological warfare defense, I have never had any reservations whatsoever about helping the anthrax investigation in any way that I could. #Quote by Steven Hatfill
Takoi Reservations quotes by Raine Cantrell
#11. Pinole was a favorite treat of the Apache, and too many knew how they hungered for the sweet. By keeping the Indians on short rations, they were made vulnerable to attacks like this one, when white men came to the reservations #Quote by Raine Cantrell
Takoi Reservations quotes by Daniel De Leon
#12. The Catholic Church ... upheld feudalism, then monarchism, warning of growing evils and possible revolutions. In the same manner, and under the same reservations, she now upholds capitalism; but, above all things and forever, she upholds the Catholic Church. #Quote by Daniel De Leon
Takoi Reservations quotes by Ethel Waters
#13. Whenever I write for hotel reservations, I always enclose a set of rules I have made for the hotels. #Quote by Ethel Waters
Takoi Reservations quotes by Maureen Lipman
#14. What does a Californian make for dinner? Reservations. #Quote by Maureen Lipman
Takoi Reservations quotes by Aiden Wilson Tozer
#15. Thinking carries a moral imperative. The searcher for truth must be ready to obey truth without reservation or it will elude him. #Quote by Aiden Wilson Tozer
Takoi Reservations quotes by Louise Erdrich
#16. On any state elections map, the reservations are blue places. Native people are most often progressives, Democrats, and by no means gun-toting vigilantes. #Quote by Louise Erdrich
Takoi Reservations quotes by Jarod Kintz
#17. I am upset. I have reservations about dinner for two at 8:00. I have reservations about my reservations. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Takoi Reservations quotes by Margaret Cho
#18. I urge you all today, especially today during these times of chaos and war, to love yourself without reservations and to love each other without restraint. Unless you're into leather. #Quote by Margaret Cho
Takoi Reservations quotes by Kenneth Clarke
#19. My sense is that the majority of Conservatives share my reservations about how we got into Iraq. #Quote by Kenneth Clarke
Takoi Reservations quotes by Andy Garcia
#20. Everything I do in my life is very instinctual and in the moment. If I'm attracted to something, that's it. If I have reservations, those don't change till they're resolved. My first impression is how I go. #Quote by Andy Garcia
Takoi Reservations quotes by Rebecca Solnit
#21. Congressional Republicans refused to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act because they objected to the protection it gave immigrants, transgender women, and Native American women. (Speaking of epidemics, one of three Native American women will be raped, and on the reservations 88 percent of those rapes are by non-Native men who know tribal governments can't prosecute them. #Quote by Rebecca Solnit
Takoi Reservations quotes by Delia Ephron
#22. To the night version of her (mother) I owe free-floating anxiety. I am no longer a child in an unsafe home, but anxiety became habit. My brain is conditioned. I worry. I recheck everything obsessively. Is the seat belt fastened, are the reservations correct, is my passport in my purse? Have I done something wrong? Have I said something wrong? I'm sorry - whatever happened must be my fault. Is everyone all right, and if they aren't, how can I step in? That brilliant serenity prayer: God give me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change. To all the children of alcoholics I want to say, Good luck with that. If I don't do it myself, it won't get done (this belief is often rewarded in this increasingly incompetent world). Also, I panic easily. I am not the person you want sitting in the exit row of an airplane. And distrust. Just in general, distrust. Irony.
Irony, according to the dictionary, is the use of comedy to distance oneself from emotion. I developed it as a child lickety-split. Irony was armor, a way to stick it to Mom. You think you can get me? Come on, shoot me, aim that arrow straight at my heart. It can't make a dent because I'm wearing irony. #Quote by Delia Ephron
Takoi Reservations quotes by Gregory A. Boyd
#23. The first question we needed to address in response to the popular "Take America Back for God" slogan concerned the precedent of Jesus, and in this light we must judge that the slogan can lead us into temptation. The second concerns the meaning of the slogan itself. I, for one, confess to being utterly mystified by the phrase. If we are to take America back for God, it must have once belonged to God, but it's not at all clear when this golden Christian age was.

Were these God-glorifying years before, during, or after Europeans "discovered" America and carried out the doctrine of "manifest destiny" - the belief that God (or, for some, nature) had destined white Christians to conquer the native inhabitants and steal their land? Were the God-glorifying years the ones in which whites massacred these natives by the millions, broke just about every covenant they ever made with them, and then forced survivors onto isolated reservations? Was the golden age before, during, or after white Christians loaded five to six million Africans on cargo ships to bring them to their newfound country, enslaving the three million or so who actually survived the brutal trip? Was it during the two centuries when Americans acquired remarkable wealth by the sweat and blood of their slaves? Was this the time when we were truly "one nation under God," the blessed time that so many evangelicals seem to want to take our nation back to?

Maybe someone would suggest that the golden age o #Quote by Gregory A. Boyd
Takoi Reservations quotes by William Tecumseh Sherman
#24. The only good Indian is a dead Indian #Quote by William Tecumseh Sherman
Takoi Reservations quotes by John Fire Lame Deer
#25. We have a new joke on the reservation: 'What is cultural deprivation?' Answer: 'Being an upper-middle class white kid living in a split-level suburban home with a color TV.' #Quote by John Fire Lame Deer
Takoi Reservations quotes by Gloria D. Gonsalves
#26. The past has taught me that any heart has immeasurable capacity to love, no matter how many times it has been broken. Now I choose to love as hard as I can and without reservations. #Quote by Gloria D. Gonsalves
Takoi Reservations quotes by Mark Rubinstein
#27. Reading is a great way to travel anywhere in the world without making reservations. It's a trip to wherever you wish to go. #Quote by Mark Rubinstein
Takoi Reservations quotes by Ali Smith
#28. Her father was stern. Her father disapproved. Her father had very strong reservations...Half Belgian, half Persian, staunch British conservative, he'd seen the Himalayas and Harrogate and had chosen accountancy. #Quote by Ali Smith
Takoi Reservations quotes by Rick Yancey
#29. It wasn't about saving us. And it wasn't about enslaving us or herding us into reservations. It was about killing us. All of us. #Quote by Rick Yancey
Takoi Reservations quotes by Mark Ellingsen
#30. Subordination of the state to Christian values is precisely what the early Puritans, even those in the tradition of the Mayflower Pilgrims, aimed to do. The First Amendment notwithstanding, large numbers of the American public (especially churchgoing Protestant Christians) have embodied this Puritan way of thinking, viewing America as a "Christan nation." Relatively recent poll data bear out the enduring character of these Puritan convictions. According to a Pew Forum poll held just prior to the 2004 election, over one-half of the public would have reservations voting for a candidate with no religious affiliation (31 percent refusing to vote for a Muslim and 15 percent for a Catholic). #Quote by Mark Ellingsen
Takoi Reservations quotes by Rene Descartes
#31. At last I will devote myself sincerely and without reservation to the general demolition of my opinions. #Quote by Rene Descartes
Takoi Reservations quotes by Kyle MacLachlan
#32. When I started acting, my whole focus and intention was to work as a stage actor in a company where you're asked to different roles - do a comedy, do a tragedy, etc. I haven't had any reservations about jumping from one type of genre to another. #Quote by Kyle MacLachlan
Takoi Reservations quotes by Richard Rodriguez
#33. The Indians had to be either killed, or herded into reservations, which were essentially concentration camps, and forgotten. Their history had to be absolutely obliterated so that we could believe that we were living on virgin soil. #Quote by Richard Rodriguez

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