„Never voted (in Lula) and never vote.“

Magazine ISTOÉ Gente http://www.terra.com.br/istoegente/359/reportagens/capa_hebe_02.htm, Edição 359

Hebe Camargo photo
Hebe Camargo11
Apresentadora de TV brasileira 1929 - 2012

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„I never voted for anybody. I always voted against.“

—  W.C. Fields actor 1880 - 1946

As recounted by Robert Lewis Taylor in W.C. Fields: His Follies and Fortunes
Variante: I never vote for anyone; I always vote against.

Noam Chomsky photo

„Unfortunately, you can't vote the rascals out, because you never voted them in, in the first place.“

—  Noam Chomsky american linguist, philosopher and activist 1928

p. 140.
Quotes 1960s-1980s, 1970s, Government in the Future, 1970

Lobão photo

„Lula is not, and never was, fit to be a president.“

—  Lobão Brazilian musician 1957

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Lyndon B. Johnson photo

„A people divided over the right to vote can never build a Nation united.“

—  Lyndon B. Johnson American politician, 36th president of the United States (in office from 1963 to 1969) 1908 - 1973

1960s, Special message to Congress on the right to vote (1965)

Lucy Parsons photo

„Never be deceived that the rich will allow you to vote away their wealth.“

—  Lucy Parsons American communist anarchist labor organizer 1853 - 1942

Lucy Parsons: Freedom, Equality & Solidarity - Writings & Speeches, 1878-1937

Gore Vidal photo

„Half the American people never read a newspaper. Half never vote for President — the same half?“

—  Gore Vidal, Screening History

Ch. 1: The Prince and the Pauper, p. 5
Sometimes quoted as: Half of the American people never read a newspaper. Half never voted for president. One hopes it is the same half.
[Bill, Maxwell, http://www.sptimes.com/2002/07/07/Columns/In_gloomy_times__let_.shtml, In gloomy times, let's try to find a sense of humor, St. Petersberg Times, 2002-07-07, 2008-10-04]
Variante: Half of the American people have never read a newspaper. Half never voted for President. One hopes it is the same half.
Fonte: 1990s, Screening History (1992)

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„In reality, there is no such thing as not voting: you either vote by voting, or you vote by staying home and tacitly doubling the value of some Diehard's vote.“

—  David Foster Wallace, Consider the Lobster and Other Essays

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Variante: There is no such thing as not voting: you either vote by voting, or you vote by staying home and tacitly doubling the value of some Diehard's vote.
Fonte: Consider the Lobster and Other Essays
Contexto: If you are bored and disgusted by politics and don't bother to vote, you are in effect voting for the entrenched Establishments of the two major parties, who please rest assured are not dumb, and who are keenly aware that it is in their interests to keep you disgusted and bored and cynical and to give you every possible psychological reason to stay at home doing one-hitters and watching MTV on primary day. By all means stay home if you want, but don't bullshit yourself that you're not voting. In reality, there is no such thing as not voting: you either vote by voting, or you vote by staying home and tacitly doubling the value of some Diehard's vote.

Warren G. Harding photo

„Let the black man vote when he is fit to vote; prohibit the white man voting when he is unfit to vote.“

—  Warren G. Harding American politician, 29th president of the United States (in office from 1921 to 1923) 1865 - 1923

Speech at Birmingham, Alabama, published in the Birmingham Post (27 October 1921) quoted in Political Power in Birmingham, 1871-1921 (1977) by Carl V. Harris (1977) University of Tennessee Press, ISBN 087049211X.

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James A. Garfield photo

„There never can be a convention… that shall bind my vote against my will on any question whatever.“

—  James A. Garfield American politician, 20th President of the United States (in office in 1881) 1831 - 1881

Speech at the 1880 Republican National Convention http://fairfaxfreecitizen.com/2015/07/02/22640/

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„I will never tell you how to vote. If I do, don't listen to me.“

—  Bernie Sanders American politician, senator for Vermont 1941

Snopes.com found no record of Sanders saying those words. https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/bernie-sanders-told-supporters-hed-never-tell-them-how-to-vote/ May be derived from a statement during an MSNBC town hall in April 2016:

We are not a movement where I can snap my fingers and say to you or to anybody else what you should do, because you won't listen to me. You shouldn't. You'll make these decisions yourself.

Rajneesh photo

„It is not decided by votes what is true; otherwise we could never come to any truth, ever.“

—  Rajneesh Godman and leader of the Rajneesh movement 1931 - 1990

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Contexto: It is not decided by votes what is true; otherwise we could never come to any truth, ever. People will vote for what is comfortable — and lies are very comfortable because you don't have to do anything about them, you just have to believe. Truth needs great effort, discovery, risk, and it needs you to walk alone on a path that nobody has traveled before.

Joe the Plumber photo

„A vote for Obama is a vote for the death of Isreal.“

—  Joe the Plumber American conservative activist and commentator 1973

Though Wurzelbacher agreed with a statement first made to him by an elderly audience member during a press appearance: "A vote for Obama is a vote for the death to Isreal, I'll guarantee you that.", he did not actually say it himself, but did reply, "You know what? I'll actually go ahead and agree with you on that one." - YouTube video including the statement in Columbus, Ohio (28 October 2008) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71iNvPQXuk0

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„It was not a vote for Hohmann or against Merkel - it was a vote for an open society.“

—  Günter Nooke German politician 1959

BBC (UK Version), November 14, 2003: "CDU red-faced over 'anti-Semitism' row"
During the Hohmann crisis - voting for the expulsion, but saying the No votes represented a kick-back against "political correctness"

Bob Barr photo

„The definition of throwing your vote away is to go into that voting booth and vote for one of two parties that will not change the direction this country's going in.“

—  Bob Barr Republican and Libertarian politician 1948

Concord Monitor, (22 July 2008) Libertarian appeals to decisive voters http://www.concordmonitor.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080723/FRONTPAGE/807230305, Concord Monitor, 22 July 2008.
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„Lord Palmerston: Then you did not vote for me, friend Rowcliffe; you preferred voting for a Tory.
William Rowcliffe: I did not vote for you, my Lord, for if I had, I should have voted for a Tory.“

—  Henry Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston British politician 1784 - 1865

During the general election of July 1865 where the Chartist Rowcliffe voted for a Conservative and another Liberal in order to oust Palmerston from the two-member constituency; quoted in F. J. Snell, Palmerston's Borough (Tiverton, 1894), pp. 107-112.

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