American voters have to pay closer attention to politics if they want to avoid four years of whining about the outcome.
I have been an atheist my entire adult life. I do not proselytize, however. Nor do I question the faith of others. I just don't want to be obliged to accept someone else's faith as a factor in my government.
Every newspaper editor says the heart of the paper is the reporter - which is true - except for the pay!
My liberal friends are such a bunch soft-headed, politically correct jerks.
Politicians read the polls that show 85 or 90 percent of the voters profess a belief in God, so they identify themselves with religion, often only to the degree necessary to reach the constituency they are targeting.
I loved politics and, I confess, I enjoyed politicians immensely.
The secret of doing well on TV is to understand that it's not too important. A lot of people watching doesn't change anything.
Candidates should be extremely cautious in displaying a sense of humor. If he or she tells a joke with a point, there is almost certain to be some minority group offended.
Television doesn't like politics very well, if you can infer that from the way they cover it.
Everyone I know thinks television is the most important part of my life. I did it for the money! I was able to send my daughter to college.
Mo Udall didn't want the presidency bad enough. He was too sane. He was a marvelous guy, but you had the feeling there was another Udall outside his body watching the candidate Udall who was too extravagant, telling him to cut it out.
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