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Arthur Sulzberger Jr.


Uhhh.. deaf people can not hear

“Does anyone in this audience need the aid of a sign-language interpreter? If you do, please raise your hand.”

Source: The NY Post website
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Where: A New York Times Shareholder meeting
When: April 24, 2007
Contributor: AIM

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The liberal’s view of the world should prevail.

“You weren’t supposed to be graduating into a world where we are still fighting for fundamental human rights, whether it’s the rights of immigrants to start a new life, or the rights of gays to marry, or the rights of women to choose. You weren’t supposed to be graduating into a world where oil still drove policy and environmentalists have to fight relentlessly for every gain. You weren’t. But you are. And for that, I’m sorry.”

Source: “The Best Notable Quotables of 2006,” Human Events, January 8, 2007, page 22.
Hardcopy: Copy of the Human Events article.
Where: Giving the graduation address at the State University of New York at New Paltz. C-SPAN taped the address and aired it May 27, 2006.
When: May 21, 2006.
Contributor: AIM.

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The American should get shot.

“[That’s] the dumbest question I ever heard in my life. I would want to see the American get shot. It’s the other guy’s country.”

Source: 100 People Who Are Screwing Up America – (And Al Franken Is #37), by Bernard Goldberg, 2005, page 297.
Hardcopy: Copy of page 297 from Goldberg's book.
Where: Responding to a question his father, Arthur Sulzberger, Sr., asked: “If a young American soldier comes upon a young North Vietnamese soldier, which one do you want to see get shot?” This occurred in the 1960s, when “Pinch” (his nickname) was a student activist and protested against the war in Vietnam (he was arrested twice during demonstrations).
When: 1960s.
Contributor: AIM.

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