|Quotable & Notable|
Issue Date: January 27, 2006
Quotable & Notable
We remember the history of sanctions against Iraq and know how it all ended. We are still overcoming the consequences.
-- Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, cautioning the United States and Europe about pressing for U.N. sanctions on Iran for resuming plans to enrich uranium
Hostel 2 is already in the works. Now thats really frightening!
-- David DiCerto of the U.S. bishops Office for Film and Broadcasting reviewing the teen slasher movie Hostel, which he called a nauseatingly vile horror flick
After you get a thousand numbers and not one is turning up anything, you get some frustration.
-- The New York Times quoting a former FBI official, who was familiar with the National Security Agency program to monitor of e-mails and phone calls of U.S. citizens
We know that your vote was a vote for change, a vote for peace, security and we have heard you loudly.
-- From the inaugural address of Liberias new president Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf. We have all suffered. The individual sense of deprivation is immense, she said, promising a fundamental break with the West African nations violent past.
Peace not planes
-- Signs carried in a San Diego march on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to protest including a flyover by military airplanes during ceremonies honoring the civil rights leader
We know that limbo exists because weve all been there ourselves.
-- Kenneth Woodward writing in The Wall Street Journal about the Vaticans reevaluation of limbo
National Catholic Reporter, January 27, 2006
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