The only word that comes to mind is hypocrite.
The taking of private property for private use, in my estimation, is unconstitutional. It's un-American, and it's not to be tolerated. This is not a partisan issue.
This cowboy capitalism must stop.
You're trying to jump on the bandwagon at the last minute when you should have been there a long time ago.
I don't believe in giving private properties to someone else for private use to make money off of it.
[Liberals warned that it could make it easier to tear down poor neighborhoods.] We don't need you on this one, ... We need you to respect the right of those minorities and those poor people to hold on to what is their own.
We're not fair-weathered friends. We will be with you to the end.
There is reason to show up, if none other than to continue to tell you how unfair the process is.
Every member of this committee should be offended by the ... wild spin that was just put on by Mr. Lindsey in attempting to somehow send a message to Monica Lewinsky that she has been undermined by the president of the United States and thus set her up to be angry at the president in case she's called as a witness, ... We're no fools.
It's all designed to keep people very much intimidated and not challenging the power. And I found the same old tactics worked in Congress too.
I had a wonderful experience recently in anticipation of the second Rodney King verdict where I decided to do a letter to the community about how I really felt. It's times such as that, that I feel that I'm connecting. And there are other times I'm shocked by what I see and what I discover. And when I'm shocked by it, I think, God, I'm losing it, that I don't really understand what's going on out there.
I've been in this struggle for many years now. I understand racism. I understand that there are a lot of people in this country who don't care about the problems of the inner city. We have to fight every day that we get up for every little thing that we get. And so I keep struggling.
Policy, for the most part, has been made by white people in America, not by people of color. And they have tended to take care of those things that they think are important. Whether it's their agricultural subsidies, or other kinds of expenditures that are certainly not expenditures for poor people or for people of color. And so we have to band together and keep fighting back.
one of the most un-American things that one can imagine.
We're building a growing movement against the war in Iraq that will give people who feel uncomfortable about the war a place to share their concerns and discuss and work through a solution -- should it be immediate withdrawal or an exit strategy. We want to build a consensus that we want to get out.
I don't see white police officers slamming the heads of little white boys into police cars.
I stand with this family. I stand on the side of this young man.
The way I see it is they came to his house, uninvited, ... They had not only the force of the embassy but the Marines with them. They made it clear that he had to go now or he would be killed.
I dare you to be fair.