Thursday, December 13, 2007

Top 10 Quotes of 2007

Top 10 Quotes taken from

#1. "I really am not the kind of guy that sits here and says, 'Oh gosh, I'm worried about my legacy.'"

— President GEORGE W. BUSH, when asked about his falling approval numbers and mounting criticism of the Iraq War during an interview with CBS' 60 Minutes (Jan. 14, 2007)

#2. "In Iran, we don't have homosexuals, like in your country."

— MAHMOUD AHMADINEJAD, president of Iran, responding to a question about the treatment of gays and lesbians in Iran during a visit to Columbia University in New York City (Sept. 24, 2007)

#3. "This record is not tainted at all. At all. Period.

— San Francisco Giants slugger BARRY BONDS, after breaking Hank Aaron's Major League Baseball all-time home-run record with his 756th career homer amid rampant speculation that he has used steroids. Bonds has always denied that he ever "knowingly" used performance-enhancing substances, but he was indicted in November for allegedly lying to a federal grand jury about using them (Aug. 7, 2007)

#4. "If you didn't like Darfur, you're going to hate Baghdad."

— Gen. DAVID H. PETRAEUS, warning of the consequences of an early troop withdrawal from Iraq (Aug. 14, 2007)

#5. "This is it. This is where it all ends. End of the road. What a life it was. Some life."

— Virginia Tech gunman CHO SEUNG-HUI, in a chilling video he made and sent to NBC News before killing 32 people and committing suicide in the deadliest school shooting in U.S. history (Apr. 16, 2007)

#6. "I don't think they're piling on because I'm a woman. I think they're piling on because I'm winning."

— HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON, on intensifying criticism by rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination (Nov. 2, 2007)

#7. "The planet is in distress and all of the attention is on Paris Hilton. We have to ask ourselves what is going on here?"

— AL GORE, in an interview with the British paper The Sun, before adding that he believes in 10 years it will be too late to save the planet (June 18, 2007)

#8. "I spent the better part of the past three months enduring criticism that is normally leveled at some kind of genocidal tyrant."

— RUPERT MURDOCH, News Corp. owner, on the outcry over his purchase of the Wall Street Journal (Aug. 8, 2007)

#9. "Hello, Condoleezza Rice? You have me to deal with now."

— A MASKED HAMAS GUNMAN, joking into the telephone of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas after taking control of his government compound (June 15, 2007)

#10. "Why don't you just shut up?"

— KING JUAN CARLOS, of Spain, to Hugo Chávez at a summit in Chile after the Venezuelan President called former Spanish Prime Minister José María Aznar a fascist (Nov. 10, 2007)


douglas novack said...

cant we just all get along? no, we cannot get along. we are human and humans are devious pigs that not only destroy each other but we destroy and kill and murder and devour other animals......the strong survive and unfortunately the humans with the most weapons and bombs and money are the leaders and the dominating factors on planet earth....the peaceful humans that live in harmony and spread good will and dont kill and eat animals, stay to themselves, beleive in good, not evil and are spiritually concious of a higher degree of life, all live in india..........

Proud American said...


Yeah, the Indians would never use all those nukes that they are sitting on.

of course not. Because they are peace loving pacifists and have no need for weapons like nuclear weapons.. wait a minute...

Quit trying to beat up on the US because our freedoms promote wealth building opportunities for all of our citizens. And so many people want what we have, that they are willing to attack us to either get it or destroy it.

America is constantly under attack militarily, politically and financially. I like my way of life and I am willing to fight to keep it. What is the problem with that?

Adam said...

so you just copied this from nice

douglas novack said...

my point was to not discount the united states or any other country for that matter, but to make a statement about the human race. whether it is the united states, britain or the romans back in the beginning of time, our race is cruel, destructive and devious. we kill each other, we plot against other in our own race because our color, religion, philosophy, culture and political views are different. we attack and kill, we destroy the planet, we destroy and murder animals and wipe out many species....i chose the indians as a culture because indians in general are peaceful and compasionate people. they respect the earth, they respect the anilmal kingdom, they respect each other and other culutres and religions. i feel that the indians in general are a an amazing role model for the rest of the world to look up to...the united states has spent almost a trillion dollars in the war in iraq.....a trillion dollars to destroy, kill, mutilate, devestate an entire region. can you imagine if we spent a trillion dollars on research to cure aids, built farms in africa to feed the hungry and hospitals to heal the sick, built colleges and research centers instead of missle sites and destroyer ships. we are going backwards, not forwards in our quest to find utopia and peace on earth. due to our nature, our cultural and political differences, our religious philosophies that controls our destiny and philosophical behaviors, i really feel that all energy, finances and inteligence will forever be consumed by war, distrust for each other and hatred. imagine what our life would be like if there was harmony, love, peace and tranquility for each other, our animal kingdom and environment?

Anonymous said...

You got quote #3 wrong.

Instead of this:

"This record is not tainted at all. At all. Period."

Shouldn't it be this?

"This record is not tainted at all. At all. Asterisk."

CHECK said...

I think the americans are crazy...Bush it's crazy, maybe Obama now it's a normal man thank to god