I'd sung as a kid, but then I quit.
It doesn't look good, ... They don't expect to find a house when they get back.
We're O.K. Limited to two text messages. One hundred people died two blocks from our house.
I've been through about 12 hurricanes in Louisiana and nothing was ever this bad.
I will always remember you wherever I am. I say to you God willing, I will be back.
I led a people's revolution that was justified, ... Our revolution was one to bring about change.
It did not stop there.
You, the people, should count. For me it is no longer important that I fight. What is most important is that you live.
I will then proceed to exercise the invitation granted to me by the president of Nigeria.
They even had me giving them gifts -- people I have never met.
We are not expelling the journalists but they are free to leave whenever they want.
The journalists came here to fill in the blanks, ... utterly impossible.
fight to the bitter end.
are cutting the breasts of women. They're cutting the hearts out of people and eating them on camera, Mr. President. You must help Liberia now.
A great entertainer, Furst would probably be considered our finest practicing historical novelist if he weren't writing espionage novels.
As long as this stigma exists, that Charles Taylor is supposed to be Attila the Hun, nothing is going to come here. And now it's not just about me, it's about this country living.
If America does not work in Liberia, I don't think any African country is going to take her seriously about all of the programs they're talking about.
No white boy from Washington can walk into Africa and indict a sitting African president.
[The Cherokee tribe, which won funding this year, donated $1,000 to Taylor a few months after his 2002 letter.] I receive support from many tribes across the nation, ... My efforts ... are for the benefit of every tribe, not simply those who chose to support my campaigns.
I have survived through the grace of God.