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Molly Ivins Quotes
Brief author info: Molly Ivins (1944- ) American political commentator and writer.
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Calling George Bush shallow is like calling a dwarf short.
If his IQ slips any lower, we ll have to water him twice a day.
Humanism is not alive and well in Texas. Different colors and types of Texans do not like one another, nor do they pretend to.
As for George Bush of Kennebunkport, Maine- personally I think he's further evidence that the Great Scriptwriter in the Sky has an overdeveloped sense of irony.
Good thing we've still got politics in Texas- finest form of free entertainment ever invented.
Texas is not a civilized place. Texans shoot one another a lot. They also knife, razor, and stomp one another to death with some frequency. And they fight in bars all the time.
Every two years, one of the most hotly contested elections in Texas is the poll taken among members of the capitol press corps to determine who are actually the ten stupidest members of the Legislature. Two years ago, there were thirty-seven official nominees and several write-ins.
In city rooms and in the bars where newspeople drink, you can find out what's going on. You can't find it in the papers.
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