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"It is simply ridiculous to say it cannot be done. If one fence won't do it, then build a second 100 yards behind it. And then build a road for patrols in between. Put cameras. Put sensors. Put out lots of patrols." Charles Krauthammer
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"When in 1966 Charles de Gaulle ordered France out of NATO and American troops off French soil, Secretary of State Dean Rusk asked him if that included the American soldiers lying dead in the cemeteries at Normandy and throughout France" Charles Krauthammer
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"In the middle ages, people took potions for their ailments. In the 19th century they took snake oil. Citizens of today's shiny, technological age are too modern for that. They take antioxidants and extract of cactus instead." Charles Krauthammer
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"You'd wreck the economy. That's the difference." Charles Krauthammer
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"We must now brace ourselves for disquisitions on peer pressure, adolescent anomie, and rage." Charles Krauthammer
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"I don't think Bill Bennett's a racist, though." Charles Krauthammer
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"In the old days one merely gawked at these unfortunates. Donahue's genius is to get them to talk." Charles Krauthammer
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"If we insist that public life be reserved for those whose personal history is pristine, we are not going to get paragons of virtue running our affairs. We will get the very rich, who contract out the messy things in life . . ." Charles Krauthammer
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"This nomination is a catastrophe," Charles Krauthammer
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Catastrophe   

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"A way out: irreconcilable differences over documents." Charles Krauthammer
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"After endless days of commuting on the freeway to an antiseptic, sealed-window office, there is a great urge to backpack in the woods and build a fire." Charles Krauthammer
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"Would a Friday night be best? Or a really big news day?" Charles Krauthammer
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"This nomination is a catastrophe, ... I don't think there is a way she can end up being confirmed." Charles Krauthammer
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"I know people see it as a meltdown, ... I think it's a sign of maturity of a movement that can have a furious fight over principle." Charles Krauthammer
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"I would come to his defense if I knew what he had said, and if he had said blacks have an inherent predisposition to criminality, I would not defend him, but I don't, I'm not sure that's what he said." Charles Krauthammer
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"the most intellectually accomplished president of the 20th century and also the worst." Charles Krauthammer
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"Phony Theory, False Conflict." Charles Krauthammer
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"When under attack, no country is obligated to collect permission slips from allies to strike back" Charles Krauthammer
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"A three-year diet of rubber chicken and occasional crow." Charles Krauthammer
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"I defer to John, whom I asked about this before our show, about the context of this, and perhaps you could give it as you gave it to me before." Charles Krauthammer
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"Our crisis of today is Katrina, probably a couple of hundred billion, and I think you start by canceling every earmark, all 6,371 earmarks, special pork spending, in the newly-passed transportation bill. It's only $24 billion, lunch money, but it's a rather ample lunch." Charles Krauthammer
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Birth: 1865-12-30 Death: 1936-01-18

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