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

The more aspects of life that can be moved from private reign to public realm, the better it is for politics.

从私人统治转移到公共领域的生活越多,对政治越有利.

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Moviemakers are rewarded with tax write-offs if, when seeking a location that looks like America, they seek it in America.

如果电影制片人在寻找类似于美国的地点时在美国寻找电影制作人,则会获得税收减免的奖励.

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If I were a congressman who had voted for the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004, I'd claim it was forced on our country by a sinister international organization.

如果我是一位投票赞成2004年《美国就业机会创造法案》的国会议员,我会说这是一个邪恶的国际组织强加给我们国家的.

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I like to argue with the radio.

我喜欢和收音机吵架.

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Arguing, in the sense of attempting to convince others, has gone out of fashion with conservatives.

就试图说服他人而言,争论与保守主义者已经过时了.

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Why is Iraq so easy to harm and so hard to help?

为什么伊拉克如此容易受到伤害,却如此难以提供帮助?

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Is Bill Clinton so good at politics, or are other politicians so bad?

比尔·克林顿(Bill Clinton)在政治方面是如此擅长,还是其他政客那么糟糕?

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There are selves too big for one person to contain. You cannot call them selfish. There is nothing -ish about such selves. They are the self, as it were, itself.

自我太大而无法容纳一个人. 你不能称他们为自私. 这种自我没有什么可鄙的. 他们是自我,就像它本身一样.

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