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40,925.  Avoid all needle drugs.  The only dope worth shooting is Richard Nixon.  (Insults & Nixon)  Abbie Hoffman

 

 

106,649.  Debate 2: Tonight the key question for every patriot is can an aging Hollywood juvenile actor with a right wing script defeat Richard Nixon, a professional politician, who currently represents no discernible interest except his own.  (Debate & Nixon & Reagan)  Gore Vidal, second debate with William F Buckley, cited Best of Enemies 2015

 

 

75,449.  I think we ought to let him hang there.  Let him twist slowly, slowly in the wind.  (Hang & Nixon)  John Ehrlichman, presidential assistant to Richard Nixon, when Nixon withdrew support for Patrick Gray as director of FBI without telling him

 

 

40,944.  He inherited some good instincts from his Quaker forebears, but by diligent hard work he overcame them.  (Insult & Nixon)  James Reston

 

 

130,762.  December 1941: The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor plunged the United States head-first into World War II.  Fought not just against Japan but against Hitler’s Nazi Germany.  Over the course of the War sixteen million Americans would serve in active duty in the armed forces.  Eight of them would become US presidents.  (US Presidents & War & World War II & Kennedy & Bush & Reagan & Nixon)  Presidents at War: A Call to Valor I, History 2019

 

 

130,851.  The US had been at war for two years.  Among the sixteen million Americans who served in active duty were eight future American presidents: Nixon, Eisenhower, Ford, Bush, Johnson, Carter, Reagan, Kennedy.  (US Presidents & War & World War II & Kennedy & Bush & Reagan & Nixon)  New Presidents at War II: Their Finest Hours

 

130,853.  In the South Pacific Lt Richard Nixon’s airbase had been bombed for a solid month.  (US Presidents & War & World War II & Nixon)  ibid.

 

 

29,050.  The political lesson of Watergate is this: Never again must America allow an arrogant, elite guard of political adolescents to by-pass the regular party organization and dictate the terms of a national election.  (United States & Watergate & Nixon)  Gerald Ford

 

 

29,051.  Now, therefore, I, Gerald R Ford, President of the United States, pursuant to the pardon power conferred upon me by Article II, Section 2, of the Constitution, have granted and by these present do grant a full, free, and absolute pardon unto Richard Nixon for all offenses against the United States which he, Richard Nixon, has committed or may have committed or taken part in during the period from January 20, 1969 through August 9, 1974.  (United States & Nixon)  Gerald Ford

 

 

32,520.  The young man who asks you to set him one heart-beat from the Presidency of the United States.  (Vice-President & Nixon)  Adlai Stevenson

 

 

40,852.  The kind of politician who would cut down a redwood tree, and then mount the stump and make a speech on conservation.  (Insults & Nixon)  Adlai Stevenson

 

 

3,693.  The mission of Apollo 13 to the Moon in the spring of 1970 was rushed forward to take some of the intense political pressure off the Nixon administration, in desperate trouble with its war in Vietnam and Cambodia.  (Moon & Richard Nixon)  Paul Foot, Moonshot Moonshine

 

 

33,996.  Four short years later he [Prescott Bush] found another young man to sponsor in politics: Nixon, who is documented as employing Jack Ruby a year after this photo was taken.  Nixon, who hired Hunt, who hired Connally, was created and sponsored from the very beginning by Prescott Bush.  (Kennedy & Bush & Nixon)  JFK II

 

 

3,888.  It’s an incredible story.  Newly elected Nixon was up to his neck in the Vietnam War.  He needed a big stunt to reverse his negative image with the American public.  (Moon Landing Conspiracy & Richard Nixon & Vietnam)  Dark Side of the Moon  

 

 

13,669.  He [Moon] sprang to the aid of Richard Nixon.  (Cult & Nixon)  Reverend Sun Myung Moon: Emperor of the Universe, BBC 2000

 

 

14,199.  President Richard Nixon in particular is paranoid about Lennon whipping up opposition to him.  (Murder & Nixon)  Infamous Assassinations: John Lennon

 

 

29,821.  My God, they’ve embalmed him before he even died.  Richard Daley, Chicago Mayor at television studios

 

 

29,820.  Mr President, I believe your real problem is that you have somehow been unable to realise that you have won.  Not only won but been re-elected by a tremendous margin.  You are the president of all the people of the United States.  They is no ‘they’ out there.  Nobody trying to destroy you.  Elliot Richardson

 

 

29,740.  Nixon learned lessons from his narrow defeat.  He recognised the new realities.  Next time he would sell himself like Kennedy.  So would many others.  Andrew Marr, JFK: The Making of Modern Politics, BBC 2010

 

 

28,944.  Nixon: The only president ever to resign the office.  His speech watched live by 85% of all American households.  (United States & Nixon)  America: The Story of the US: Millennium

 

 

29,040.  Once Richard Nixon was elected president and was inaugurated in January 1969, we were targeted, bam, bam, bam, by a very sophisticated, advanced, counterintelligence program, at the same time, by very crude and violent police.  (United States & Violence & Nixon)  Green & Siegel, The Weather Underground 2002, Kathleen Neal Cleaver, Black Panther Party

 

 

29,294.  What Richard Nixon actually delivered to the country was not peace, law or order, but war, chaos and disorder.  (United States & Nixon)  Oliver Stone's Untold History of the United States VII: Johnson, Nixon and Vietnam: Reversal of Fortune

 

 

29,627.  70,000,000 litres of chemical weapons of mass destruction were sprayed over the Vietnamese people, their water and their countryside.  The most lethal was Agent Orange which defoliated, killed and contaminated everything in its path like a radioactive atomic bomb.  To this day survivors suffer related cancers, genetic deformities and permanent environmental damage.  (Vietnam & Nixon & Bio-Chemical Weapons)  Ring of Power

 

 

29,707.  But as I leave you I want you to know just how much you’re going to be missing me.  You don’t have Nixon to kick around any more.  Because, gentlemen, this is my last press conference.  Richard Nixon, on losing governorship of California

 

 

29,702.  If you think the United States has stood still – who built the largest shopping centre in the world?  (Nixon & United States & Shops)  Richard Nixon

 

 

45,288.  Politics would be a hellova good business if it weren’t for the goddamn people.  (Politics & Nixon)  Richard Nixon

 

 

29,706.  I’m an introvert in an extrovert profession.  (Nixon & President)  Richard Nixon

 

 

29,708.  I don’t believe that I ought to quit.  Because I’m not a quitter.  Richard Nixon

 

 

29,710.  The greatest honor History can bestow is the title of Peacemaker.  (Nixon & Peace)  Richard Nixon, presidential acceptance address

 

 

58,182.  Americans admire a people who can scratch a desert and produce a garden.  The Israelis have shown qualities that Americans identify with: guts, patriotism, idealism, a passion for freedom.  I have seen it.  I know.  I believe that.  (Israel & Nixon)  Richard Nixon

 

 

29,663.  Throughout the war in Vietnam the United States has exercised a degree of restraint unprecedented in the annals of war.  (Vietnam & Lies & Nixon & United States)  Richard Nixon 

 

 

29,664.  No event in American history is more misunderstood than the Vietnam War.  It was misreported then and it is misreported now.  (Vietnam & Nixon & United States)  Richard Nixon

 

 

29,665.  As a result of what we have done in South Vietnam, not only has the psychology changed there, but also it has had a most beneficial effect in my opinion among other free nation countries who look to South Vietnam as a test.  (Vietnam & Nixon)  Richard Nixon

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