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Hunter S. Thompson

"America... just a nation of two hundred million used car salesmen with all the money we need to buy guns and no qualms about killing anybody else in the world who tries to make us uncomfortable." Hunter S. Thompson
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Alistair Cooke

"People, when they first come to America, whether as travelers or settlers, become aware of a new and agreeable feeling: that the whole country is their oyster." Alistair Cooke
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Alistair Cooke

"People in America, when listening to radio, like to lean forward. People in Britain like to lean back." Alistair Cooke
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Walter Cronkite

"I've gone from the most trusted man in America to one of the most debated." Walter Cronkite
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Fran Lebowitz

"If you're going to America, bring your own food." Fran Lebowitz
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"America is a country ready to be taken, in fact, longing to be taken by political leaders ready to restore democracy and trust to the political process." Arianna Huffington
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"America can't beat anyone anymore." George Clooney
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"Europe has a press that stresses opinions; America a press, radio, and television that emphasize news." James Reston
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"In America, it is sport that is the opiate of the masses." Russell Baker
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"No one has deputized America to play Wyatt Earp to the world." Pat Buchanan
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Mark Twain
Birth: 1835-11-30 Death: 1910-04-21

"Rail-splitting produced an unparalleled president in Lincoln. But gold hasn't produced even a good A-1 congressman."

Known for his razor sharp wit and ever-present cigar, Mark Twain is one of America's most respected and appreciated humorists. In addition to his classic works, including, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, Twain's satires and folksy tales found their way into the heart's of the American public. For more than a century Twain has delighted young and old with his stories and insights. Often he used his humor to tackle some of society's most delicate matters, including the issue of slavery. Twain was also a noted lecturer and traveler, his book Following the Equator being …



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