American Way Of Life Quotes by Dorothy Day, Matt Lauer, Paullina Simons, Eric Johnston, Al Gore, Robert Bork and many others.
Certainly we disagree with the Communist Party, as we disagree with other political parties who are trying to maintain the American way of life.
Emotions in this country right now are running very high. Sometimes that emotion is translated into inspiration, sometimes into criticism. We’ve heard some of that tonight. But it’s still part of the American way of life.
I tend to be a great optimist when it comes to the United States and the American way of life, I think precisely because I wasn’t born into it.
And the word is capitalism. We are too mealy-mouthed. We fear the word capitalism is unpopular. So we talk about the free enterprise system and run to cover in the folds of the flag and talk about the American Way of Life.
Some people accuse me of exaggeration, so let me be clear. Those people seek nothing less than the complete and utter destruction of the American way of life.
Reporters treat religion as beneath mention, as personally distasteful, or as a clear and present threat to the American way of life.
Some Christians worried about a faith that was so embracing as to be meaningless, that exalted not the Almighty so much as the American way of life. When civil religion bleached the challenge from faith and left behind a watery patriotism, there was room for concern.
Without God, there would be no American form of Government, nor an American way of life.
War is mankind’s most tragic and stupid folly; to seek or advise its deliberate provocation is a black crime against all men. Though you follow the trade of the warrior, you do so in the spirit of Washington – not of Genghis Khan. For Americans, only threat to our way of life justifies resort to conflict.
Talk of imminent threat to our national security through the application of external force is pure nonsense. Our threat is from the insidious forces working from within which have already so drastically altered the character of our free institutions – those institutions we proudly called the American way of life.
Surrogate experience and surrogate environments have become the American way of life. Distinctions are no longer made, or deemed necessary, between the real and the false; the edge usually goes to the latter, as an improved version with defects corrected – accessible and user-friendly.
It is our conduct, our patriotism and belief in our American way of life, our courage that will win the final battle.
It is the members of this business elite . . . that pose the greatest danger to our American way of life. They are the ones who’ve bought and paid for members of both political parties. . . .
The most serious dangers for American freedom and the American way of life do not come from without.
The American way of life, as I see it, is really the American way of death. Everything is determined by greed and the insatiable desire to be the richest and most powerful. And that desire is limitless.
The American way of life is not sustainable. It doesn’t acknowledge that there is a world beyond America.
I am just absolutely convinced that the best formula for giving us peace and preserving the American way of life is freedom, limited government, and minding our own business overseas.