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I would gladly raise my voice in praise of women,
only they won't let me raise my voice.
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I would have made a good pope.
-- Richard Nixon
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I would have promised those terrorists a trip to Disneyland if it would have
gotten the hostages released. I thank God they were satisfied with the
missiles and we didn't have to go to that extreme.
-- Oliver North
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I would have you imagine, then, that there exists in the mind of man a block
of wax... and that we remember and know what is imprinted as long as the
image lasts; but when the image is effaced, or cannot be taken, then we
forget or do not know.
-- Plato, Dialogs, Theateus 191
[Quoted in "VMS Internals and Data Structures", V4.4, when
referring to image activation and termination.]
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I would like the government to do all it can to mitigate, then, in
understanding, in mutuality of interest, in concern for the common good,
our tasks will be solved.
-- Warren G. Harding
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I would like to electrocute everyone who uses the word 'fair' in connection
with income tax policies.
-- William F. Buckley
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I would like to know
What I was fencing in
And what I was fencing out.
-- Robert Frost
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I would like to suggest that you not use speed, and here's why: it is going
to mess up your heart, mess up your liver, your kidneys, rot out your mind.
In general this drug will make you just like your mother and father.
-- Frank Zappa
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I would much rather have men ask why
I have no statue, than why I have one.
-- Marcus Procius Cato
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I would not like to be a political leader in Russia. They never know when
they're being taped.
-- Richard Nixon
I love America. You always hurt the one you love.
-- David Frye impersonating Nixon