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Tramando In Spanish Quotes By Marty Rubin

Out of ignorance or expediency we give all snowflakes the same name. — Marty Rubin

Tramando In Spanish Quotes By Cindy Sheehan

I am demonized because I don't see party affiliation or nationality when I look at a person, I see that person's heart. If someone looks, dresses, acts, talks and votes like a Republican, then why do they deserve support just because he/she calls him/herself a Democrat? — Cindy Sheehan

Tramando In Spanish Quotes By Reetwika Banerjee

Love in NOT blind. It teaches you to be blind and overlook your partner's mistakes and shortcomings. — Reetwika Banerjee

Tramando In Spanish Quotes By Sondra Radvanovsky

I absolutely love Canada, and I wouldn't live anywhere else. It's half American and half European, and I really enjoy that. And the people are just fantastic - nicer than any people in the world. — Sondra Radvanovsky

Tramando In Spanish Quotes By Gerald Stern

All of a sudden I understand why I like Aliki Barnstones poems so much. They remind me of the one she has studied most - shall we call her her master - Emily Dickinson. Not in the forms, not, as such, in the music, and not in the references; but in that weird intimacy, that eerie closeness, that absolute confession of soul ... In Barnstone, too, the two worlds are intensely present, and the voice moves back and forth between them. She has the rare art of distance and closeness. It gives her her fine music, her wisdom, her form. She is a fine poet. — Gerald Stern

Tramando In Spanish Quotes By J.M. Roberts

Ever since 1945 the federal government has held and indeed increased its importance as the first customer of the American economy. Government spending had been the primary economic stimulant and to increase it had been the goal of hundreds of interest groups; hopes of balanced budgets and cheap, business-like administration always ran aground upon this fact. What was more, the United States was a democracy; whatever the doctrinaire objections to it, and however much rhetoric might be devoted to attacking it, a welfare state slowly advanced because voters wanted it that way. These facts gradually made the old ideal of totally free enterprise, unchecked and uninvaded by the influence of government, unreal. — J.M. Roberts

Tramando In Spanish Quotes By Luis Bunuel

If the devil were to offer me a resurgence of what is commonly called virility, I'd decline. 'Just keep my liver and lungs in good working order,' I'd reply, 'so I can go on drinking and smoking!' — Luis Bunuel

Tramando In Spanish Quotes By James C. Collins

Those who build and perpetuate mediocrity ... are motivated more by the fear of being left behind. — James C. Collins

Tramando In Spanish Quotes By Janet Evanovich

Changed expression. Wariness, maybe. I felt a body move so close it was skimming my own, and a warm hand protectively settled at the base of my neck. Without turning I knew it was Ranger. — Janet Evanovich