Gaddafi quotes

  • After he saw what happened to Saddam Hussein, he ( Gaddafi ) did not want to be Saddam Hussein. He gave up his nuclear program.
    -- Donald Rumsfeld

    #Saws #Gaddafi #Nuclear

  • I do not honestly know what is really happening in Libya at the moment but it must be very hard for Gaddafi and his family.
    -- El Hadji Diouf

    #Gaddafi #Moments #Libya

  • We shall remember Gaddafi our whole lives as a great fighter, a revolutionary and a martyr.
    -- Hugo Chavez

    #Gaddafi #Fighter #Remember

  • We are making progress militarily, there is no doubt about that. You've seen the reports from Misrata, although reports of the Gaddafi forces completely pulling out of Misrata seem to be exaggerated.
    -- William Hague

    #Doubt #Progress #Gaddafi

  • The pigeons are ***** on George M. Cohan. I shoo them off. They fly up and perch on his hat. Cohan would've never given his regards to Broadway if he saw how dirty they kept his statue in Duffy Square. New Yorkers walk right by. Nobody cares.

  • Horseback riding is my passion. Other than work. People can't imagine me getting dirty, but that's what I love about it.

  • Mrs. Corey still uses her maiden name for business, or when she wants to pretend she doesn’t know me.

  • The difference between the novice and the master is simply that the novice has not learnt, yet, how to do things in such a way that he can afford to make small mistakes. The master knows that the sequence of his actions will always allow him to cover his mistakes a little further down the line. It is this simple but essential knowledge which gives the work of a master carpenter its wonderful, smooth, relaxed, and almost unconcerned simplicity.

  • Love is the delightful interval between meeting a beautiful girl and discovering that she looks like a haddock.

  • I say no to doubt and yes to life!

  • Do you believe in miracles?

  • When the sappy boughs Attire themselves with blooms, sweet rudiments Of future harvest.

  • To write a book is for all the world like humming a song—be but in tune with yourself, madam, 'tis no matter how high or how low you take it.

  • ...Fatherland without freedom and merit is a large word with little meaning.