Quotations About / On: RED

  • 1.
    Our flag is red, white and blue, but our nation is a rainbow—red, yellow, brown, black and white—and we're all precious in God's sight.
    (Jesse Jackson (b. 1941), U.S. clergyman, civil rights leader. Speech, July 16, 1984, Democratic National Convention, San Francisco. Quoted in The Harper Book of American Quotations, ed. Gorton Carruth and Eugene Ehrlich (1988). Jackson added, "My constituency is the desperate, the damned, the disinherited, the disrespected and the despised.")
  • 2.
    It is merely a linguistic peculiarity, not a logical fact, that we say "that is red" instead of "that reddens," either in the sense of growing, becoming, red, or in the sense of making something else red.
    (John Dewey (1859-1952), U.S. philosopher. Originally published in The Symposium (1930). "Qualitative Thought," repr. In On Experience, Nature and Freedom, ed. Richard J. Bernstein (1960).)
  • 3.
    I bettet drink my red wine and keep my head straight than to kill someone!
  • 4.
    Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump appeals to the Common Man, no 'Red Tape', no 'Small Print'
    (The fact that he is not a politician help him, he tells it 'Like it Is'. See my poem: Running For President - U S A. 5: 52am,28 April 2016.)
  • 5.
    Eating the red apple with the muse of love.
  • 6.
    The massacre bleeds red, the screams do grow, then silent night does come
  • 7.
    Gossip is news running ahead of itself in a red satin dress.
    (Liz Smith (b. 1923), U.S. journalist, author. American Way, syndicated column (Sept. 3, 1985). "Most good gossip columnists," Smith wrote in 1991, "have a touch of Savonarola in them.")
  • 8.
    You can't be a Red if you're married to a civil servant.
    (Doris Lessing (b. 1919), British novelist. Stella to Martha Quest, in A Proper Marriage, ch. 1, p. 20, Simon and Schuster (1952).)
  • 9.
    Poverty was an ornament on a learned man like a red ribbon on a white horse.
    (Anzia Yezierska (c. 1881-1970), Polish author. Red Ribbon on a White Horse, ch. 9 (1950). Of Poland, in letter from Boruch Shlomoe Mayer to Anzia Yezierska.)
  • 10.
    A blond in a red dress can do without introductions—but not without a bodyguard.
    (Rona Jaffe (b. 1932), U.S. novelist. Quoted in Katharine Whitehorn, "Bottled in Blonde," Roundabout (1962).)
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