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Andy Rooney


Volunteer Army Produces Poor Results

“If it’s an all-volunteer Army, you get people who join up because of some problem in their own lives. They don’t have anything else to do, they don’t have a job, or they can’t find what they want to do, so they join the Army. And it doesn’t produce the best Army.”

Source: Human Events, December 24, 2007. Page 15.
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Dan Rather’s ‘obvious’ liberal bias

“My problem with Dan was always that you knew where he stood politically. And the fact that he stood on my side didn’t have anything to do with it. I thought he was a bad representative of the liberal side because he was so obvious with his opinions. There were just little words he used when he was on the air that made it apparent to everyone that he was a liberal Democrat. And Cronkite, for instance, was just, had just the same liberal Democratic opinions as Dan had, but you would never know it. No one knew it during all the time Cronkite was on the air.”

Source: “Notable Quotables,” Media Research Center, July 3, 2006, page 2.
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Where: MSNBC’s Imus in the Morning program.
When: June 22, 2006.
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So what do you suggest, Andy?

“Americans are puzzled over why so many people in the world hate us…We’re trying to protect ourselves with more weapons. We have to do it, I guess, but it might be better if we figured out how to behave as a nation in a way that wouldn’t make so many people in the world want to kill us.”

Source: “Notable Quotables”, Media Research Center, April 9, 2007, page 3.
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Where: On the air on 60 Minutes
When: September 10, 2006.
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I don’t believe in God.

“No, of course I don’t [believe in God], and anyone who tells you that there is a God who makes His or Her presence known to him or her is hallucinating or not telling the truth.”

Source: “What Hollywood Celebrities Really Believe,” Whistleblower, November 2006, page 33.
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U.S. power should be inferior.

“There has to be some power in the world superior to our own.”

Source: “Mini-Bits,” Media Research Center's News Flash, November 2003. page 5.
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