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Cruz even brazenly misquotes a Supreme Court decision, then with all impunity, turns around and publicly accuses me of the misquoting.
POLITICAL misquote of the week has to be the less-than-immortal words of Omagh's Francis Mackey, spokesman for the 32 County Sovereignty Movement, the political front of the Real IRA.
9 editorial in Pennsylvania's the Lancaster New Era even published the polished misquote that the Republican National Committee had stuck in a press release: "I was the one who started it all.
To misquote Ross Perot, that sucking sound you hear each time you whip out your credit card is the sound of natural resources being converted into products.
Everybody seems to repeat the misquote of the initial text in the Vancouver Sun, which reads "the Vancouver Catholic archdiocese has been testing prospective priests for HIV since last year.
It's always a good idea to keep in mind Lord Byron's line about the writer "With just enough of learning to misquote.
Perhaps it was this reversal of roles at the level of phantasy--with the black woman, rather than the black man, as object of hatred, fear, and contempt--that led Senator Orrin Hatch obligingly to misquote Othello so as to re-fix Thomas under the image of uncontrollable black hypersexuality, just as King had been fixed by the Gorillas in the Mist stereotype that almost cost him his life.
NOTHING RILES NEWS sources like a misquote, and justifiably so.
We are trying to get new members to join our organization but when the national president is seen to misquote our bishops then perhaps it is time to question our membership in the League.
Of the remaining two, one is a garbled misquote from Jefferson's Notes on the State of Virginia, Query XVII; the other, a reference to John Adams that seems genuine.