奥洛克

    帕特里克·杰克·奥洛克是美国政治讽刺作家和记者。O Rourke是自由主义者卡托研究所的H.L.Menken研究员,是《大西洋月刊》、《美国观察家》和《每周标准报》的定期记者,也是国家公共广播电台游戏节目《等待等待》。

奥洛克(P. J. O'Rourke)名言

No Americans wants to see somebody lose their house because of health bills. Their boat? Maybe. Maybe the boat. But not the house.

没有美国人希望看到有人因为医疗费用而失去房子. 他们的船? 也许. 也许是船. 但不是房子.

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What would annoy the most people most often? That is the true left-wing test of government intervention.

大多数人最讨厌什么? 这是对政府干预的真正左翼考验.

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Everybody in America who didn't come over the Bering Strait ice bridge stole his land from somebody else.

在美国,没有经过白令海峡冰桥的每个人都从其他地方偷走了他的土地.

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Democrats hate Democrats most of all.

民主党人最讨厌民主党人.

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The perpetuation of slavery, the exile and extermination of American Indians, and the passage of Jim Crow laws weren't carried out at the bidding of a few malefactors of great wealth.

奴隶制的长期存在,美洲印第安人的流亡和灭绝以及吉姆·克劳法律的通过,并不是在招募了几位富豪的男权主义者时才进行的.

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Fortunately, I'm married to someone who's a pretty excellent parent!

幸运的是,我嫁给了一位非常出色的父母!

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Politicians will talk strategy and tactics and policies and programs until they're blue in the face, or you strangle them and they turn blue.

政客们会谈论战略,战术,政策和计划,直到他们脸上满脸都是蓝色,或者勒死他们,然后变成蓝色.

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People say, 'Oh, politics is so polarized today,' and I'm thinking... '1861, that was polarized.'

人们说:“哦,今天的政治两极分化了,”我在想...'1861,那是两极分化的. '

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