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What we have to do... is to find a way to celebrate our diversity and debate our differences without fracturing our communities.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Honest differences of views and honest debate are not disunity. They are the vital process of policy making among free men.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
It is better to debate a question without settling it than to settle it without debate.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The great benefit of monogamy is that you get to trust the person you're with and she gets to trust you. And so much comes out of that. So whether or not men and women were meant to be monogamous -- and we can debate all the theories until we die -- I know I gain something great from it.More [04/27/2006 12:04:00]
“And I liked all that debate and mock trial stuff in high school. It's important to know how to make your points.”More [09/15/2006 12:09:00]
“Oh, there's going to be debate because you're dealing with the Bible and religion is supposed to be separate from state and that to me is already a conflict before it even hits the gay issue.”More [09/18/2006 12:09:00]
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Professor X: [voiceover] Mutants. Since the discovery of their existence they have been regarded with fear, suspicion, often hatred. Across the planet, debate rages. Are mutants the next link in the evolutionary chain or simply a new species of humanity fighting for their share of the world? Either way it is a historical fact: Sharing the world has never been humanity's defining attribute.More [03/15/2007 12:03:00]
Professor X: [voiceover] Mutants. Since the discovery of their existence they have been regarded with fear, suspicion, often hatred. Across the planet, debate rages. Are mutants the next link in the evolutionary chain... or simply a new species of humanity fighting for their share of the world? Either way, it is a historical fact: Sharing the world has never been humanity's defining attribute.More [03/15/2007 12:03:00]
“Of course, there's disagreement, ... We're watching a political process unfold, a process that has encouraged debate and compromise -- a constitution that was written in a society in which people recognize that there had to be give and take.”More [08/06/2007 12:08:00]
[But Sen. Robert Torricelli (D-N.J.) said by guaranteeing the loan and allowing the forum to repay money to the Republican National Committee, businessman Young had more impact on the 1994 elections than any American citizen who contributed legally.] Our national debate was changed, … The point is, it wasn’t right.More [08/17/2007 12:08:00]
Dr. Lilian Thurman: Do you feel alone right now?
Donnie: Oh, I dunno. I mean I'd like to believe I'm not but I just... I've just never seen any proof so I... I just don't debate it anymore, you know? It's like I could spend my whole life debating it over and over again, weighing the pros and cons and in the end I still wouldn't have any proof so I just... I just don't debate it anymore. It's absurd.
Dr. Lilian Thurman: The search for God is absurd?
Donnie: It is if everyone dies alone.More [09/20/2007 12:09:00]
[Kronk's Shoulder Angel and Devil debate saving Kuzco]
Kronk's Shoulder Devil: Listen up, big guy. I got three good reasons why you should just walk away. Number one. Look at that guy! He's got that sissy stringy music thing.
Kronk's Shoulder Angel: We've been through this. It's a harp, and you know it.
Kronk's Shoulder Devil: Oh, right. That's a harp, and that's a dress.
Kronk's Shoulder Angel: Robe!
Kronk's Shoulder Devil: Reason number two. Look what I can do. Ha-ha, ha!
[does one-armed handstand]
Kronk: But what does that have to do with me?
Kronk's Shoulder Angel: No, no. He's got a point.
Kronk: Listen, you guys. You're sort of confusing me, so, um, begone... or, um, however I get rid of you guys.
Kronk's Shoulder Devil: That'll do.
[Angel and devil disappear]More [10/10/2007 12:10:00]
Jerry Lundegaard: [anserwing the phone] Jerry Lundegaard
Carl Showalter: Alright Jerry, you got the phone to yourself?
Jerry Lundegaard: Well, yeah.
Carl Showalter: You know who this is?
Jerry Lundegaard: Well, yeah, I got an idea. How's that Sierra working out for ya?
Carl Showalter: Circumstances have changed, Jerry.
Jerry Lundegaard: Well, what do ya mean?
Carl Showalter: Thing have changed, circumstances Jerry, beyond the uh acts of god.
Jerry Lundegaard: How's Jean?
Carl Showalter: Who's Jean?
Jerry Lundegaard: My wife! What the?
Carl Showalter: Oh she's alright, but there's a few people in Brainerd who aren't so ok I'll tell you that.
Jerry Lundegaard: What the heck are ya talking about? Let's just finish this deal up here.
Carl Showalter: Blood has been Jerry.
Jerry Lundegaard: What the heck do ya mean?
Carl Showalter: Three people, in Brainerd.
Jerry Lundegaard: Oh jeez.
Carl Showalter: That's right we need more money.
Jerry Lundegaard: What the heck are ya talking about? What do you fellas have yourself mixed up in?
Carl Showalter: We need more money...
Jerry Lundegaard: [interrupting] This was supposed to be a no rough stuff type deal!
Carl Showalter: [angry] DON'T EVER INTERRUPT ME JERRY, JUST SHUT THE FUCK UP!
Jerry Lundegaard: Well I'm sorry but I just- I don't
Carl Showalter: I'm not gonna debate you Jerry! I'm not gonna debate! We now want the entire 80,00!
Jerry Lundegaard: Oh for christ's sake here!More [10/30/2007 12:10:00]
Carl Showalter: I'm not gonna debate you, Jerry.
Jerry Lundegaard: Okay.
Carl Showalter: I'm not gonna sit here and debate.More [10/30/2007 12:10:00]
Economics Teacher: In 1930, the Republican-controlled House of Representatives, in an effort to alleviate the effects of the... Anyone? Anyone?... the Great Depression, passed the... Anyone? Anyone? The tariff bill? The Hawley-Smoot Tariff Act? Which, anyone? Raised or lowered?... raised tariffs, in an effort to collect more revenue for the federal government. Did it work? Anyone? Anyone know the effects? It did not work, and the United States sank deeper into the Great Depression. Today we have a similar debate over this. Anyone know what this is? Class? Anyone? Anyone? Anyone seen this before? The Laffer Curve. Anyone know what this says? It says that at this point on the revenue curve, you will get exactly the same amount of revenue as at this point. This is very controversial. Does anyone know what Vice President Bush called this in 1980? Anyone? Something-d-o-o economics. "Voodoo" economics.More [11/05/2007 12:11:00]
Richard Dawkins: Now, you raised the question of religious people saying that atheists don't have any particular reason to be good and any particular reason to choose morality rather than immorality. If that were true, wouldn't it be a terrible indictment of the, um, weakness of the morality which religious people claim is the only reason they're being moral: is that they're frightened of God. Whereas, atheists who are moral - and there's no evidence whatever that atheists are less moral than religious people - atheists are moral because they think it's a good thing to be moral, they've worked it out or they've thought about the underlying moral philosophy, rather than being scared into being moral by a kind of Great Headmaster in the Sky who is keeping an eye on them.
Narrator: Yeah, in more than one debate that I'm aware of - in fact, this happens quite a bit - what a theist will say an atheist will be prone to do is raping babies, being completely selfish, killing, murdering, uh, and it does kind of make you wonder if that's how, if that's what *they* would do, if *they* didn't have a god to keep them in line. So, who knows, maybe we're lucky that they do.More [12/26/2007 12:12:00]
Tammy: Please wait outside. The council will now meet in secret, debate your personality flaws, and come to a final decision.More [01/21/2008 12:01:00]
Mrs. Emily Hawkins:
Hello, Jane. What's this I hear about you working at the hospital?



Jane Deborah Hilton:
I'm a nurse's aide.



Mrs. Emily Hawkins:
A nurse's aide? Oh! What a revolting idea for an unmarried girl of your age. Well, our whole code of living seems to be completely ignored these days, and possibly it's none of my business -



Lieutenant Tony Willett:
You're quite right, Mrs. Hawkins. It is none of your business.



Mrs. Emily Hawkins:
I must say, Lieutenant, or Commander, or whatever you are, the Navy hasn't improved your manners any.



Mrs. Anne Hilton:
Please, Tony. Please, Emily. It's the Colonel's birthday, and we're trying to have a party.



Mrs. Emily Hawkins:
I'm sorry. I meant no offense to you, Jane. I simply feel that well-brought up young girls shouldn't be permitted to have such intimate contact with all sorts of -



Jane Deborah Hilton:
All sorts of boys who've lost their arms and legs? They're young too, lots of them. But they weren't too young for that, Mrs. Hawkins, and I don't think breeding entered into it either.



Colonel William G. Smollett:
Bravo, Jane.



Mrs. Emily Hawkins:
I don't care to debate it with you, Jane. But surely there are women more suited to such -



Jane Deborah Hilton:
That's just it. There aren't women more suited. And women who might help, like you, Mrs. Hawkins, think you're doing your part if you attend a canteen dance for your own pleasure.



Mrs. Anne Hilton:
You're tired, honey. Why don't you go upstairs?



Jane Deborah Hilton:
Yes, Mother. But there are just one or two more things I want to say.



Bridget 'Brig' Hilton:
Come on, darling. She's not worth it.



Jane Deborah Hilton:
We're not V-girls! We're simply helping with the wreckage.


[laughs sarcastically]



Jane Deborah Hilton:
All right, Brig, let's go play with our dolls! Don't worry, Mrs. Hawkins. Please don't worry if our precious well-bred hands come in contact with those mangled bodies. We'll survive! Even if they dont!


[runs upstairs with Brig]



Mrs. Emily Hawkins:
Anne Hilton! What on earth has happened that you would permit a child of yours to talk that way without so much as -



Mrs. Anne Hilton:
Without so much as what? Thank heaven my child has the courage to say to you what should have been said long ago. And let me add that I'm ashamed. Ashamed that I've put up with you, that I've even known you.



Mrs. Emily Hawkins:
Well! From now on, you needn't know me. Don't you think for a minute you have me fooled, Anne Hilton. I've not forgotten how you felt about your husband joining up. And may I ask just what other noble sacrifices you've made to give you the privilege of being so self-righteous?



Mrs. Anne Hilton:
I'm afraid that's just it, Emily. I haven't really made any sacrifices. Oh, I haven't hoarded and cheated and done all the other selfish, unpatriotic things that you've done. But as far as making sacrifices, I'm afraid we're two of a kind. And the realization of it doesn't make me very proud or happy.

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Lt. Col. Thursday:
You spoke before of a platoon from A Troop, Captain Yorke. I suggest you assemble it. Light marching equipment but full bandoliers. We'll leave in thirty minutes. I will command, you will accompany.



Captain Yorke:
You mean we're gonna trail the wagon?



Lt. Col. Thursday:
At a striking distance. Collingwood, do you remember the paper that Captain Robert E. Lee wrote when he was at the Point? The one on the the trap as a military weapon. I do not share the popular view of Captain Lee's ability as tactician, but that paper impressed me; particularly the manuever that Genghis Khan employed in the Battle of Ginshan in 1221. Do you recall...


[notices that Capt. Yorke is still present]



Lt. Col. Thursday:
Hadn't you better be moving, Captain?



Captain Yorke:
Yes, sir.


[starts to leave]



Lt. Col. Thursday:
What, no debate this time, Captain?



Captain Yorke:
No debate, sir; no questions.

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Ludovic:
['The Great Debate Number 31: TV4 Or Not TV4?'] Hello. Should there be another television channel or not? On tonight's programme, the Minister for Broadcasting, The Right Honourable Mr Ian Throat MP.



Mr Ian Throat:
Good evening.



Ludovic:
The chairman of the Amalgamated Money TV, Sir Abe Sappenheim.



Sir Abe Sappenheim:
Good evening.



Ludovic:
The Shadow Spokesman for Television, Lord Kinwoodie.



Lord Kinwoodie:
Hello.



Ludovic:
And a television critic, Mr Patrick Loone.



Mr Patrick Loone:
Hello.



Ludovic:
Gentlemen, should there be a fourth television channel or not? Ian?



Mr Ian Throat:
Yes.



Ludovic:
Francis?



Lord Kinwoodie:
No.



Ludovic:
Sir Abe?



Sir Abe Sappenheim:
Yes.



Ludovic:
Patrick?



Mr Patrick Loone:
No.



Ludovic:
Well there you have it, two say will, two say won't. We'll be back again next week, and next week's "Great Debate' will be about government interference in broadcasting and will be cancelled mysteriously.

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Charles Robbins:
Would you like for me to define what a politician is? A politician is nothing but a debater. All that you do is debate issues, you fat pig, you meathead. That's all that you are, because you are lying, sucker, you're lying to the camera, you're lying to your mama, you're lying to everybody, but every time I hear you open up your mouth, all I hear is oink, you pig. That's all I hear, oink. 'Cause you ain't got no humanity in you, 'cause you're a pig, you lying punk.

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[On whether Kirk should assume command from Spock]



Spock:
If I may be so bold, it was a mistake for you to accept promotion. Commanding a starship is your first, best destiny; anything else is a waste of material.



Kirk:
I would not presume to debate you.



Spock:
That is wise. Were I to invoke logic, however, logic clearly dictates that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.



Kirk:
Or the one.



Spock:
You are my superior officer. You are also my friend. I have been and always shall be yours.

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Kirk:
I would not presume to debate you.



Spock:
That is wise.

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McCoy:
[grabbing Spock's arm] You're not going in there!



Spock:
Perhaps you're right. How's Mr. Scott?



McCoy:
[turns to Scotty] Well I don't think he's -


[Spock use the vulcan nerve pinch on McCoy]



Spock:
I'm apologize, Doctor. I have no time to debate this logically.


[sits McCoy down. Then performs mind meld]



Spock:
Remember!

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Kirk:
We are gathered here today to pay final respects to our honored dead. But it should be noted that this death takes place in the shadow of new life, the sunrise of a new world; a world that our beloved comrade gave his life to protect and nourish. He did not feel this sacrifice a vain or empty one, and we will not debate his profound wisdom at these proceedings. Of my friend, I can only say this: of all the souls I have encountered in my travels, his was the most... human.

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Jack Tanner:
You know, T.J., just before you called me last spring, Lexy and I went down to the Democratic Leadership Conference in South Carolina. The last night, we were sitting aroud with Kirk O'Donnell, and Hart, and Biden, a couple of the other candidates, who were shooting the breeze about how much the party had changed since the Sixties. And suddenly, out of the blue, Lexy turned to Hart and she asked him who his favorite Beatle was. Now, at first, Hart laughed, and then he stumbled around trying to remember a name. Then she repeated her question for Biden, and Biden said, well, he'd never been a Beatles fan, he was into jazz. And Dukakis answered Paul, 'cause he liked his wife or something. Now, I don't know if Lexy knows the names of all the Beatles herself, let alone the answer to her own question, but it suddenly dawned on me that I sure as hell did. And I knew for sure that anybody who didn't had absolutely no claim to generational leadership. Now I must have, what, uh, ten years on Joe Biden; but, dammit, he wasn't paying attention back then, and I was. And one of the things I figured out very early on was the singer mattered as much as the song - that ideas were only as valuable as the people who got behind them. I mean people that wouldn't settle; people unafraid of honest inquiry; people who didn't mind asking the impertinent question. God, the impertinent question. Where the hell would we be without it? It's the glory and the engine of all human experience. Copernicus asked it, and shook the foundations of his world. Darwin asked it, he's repudiated to this day. Thomas Jefferson asked it - so invigorated by it he declared it to be an inalienable right. I'm not smart enough to know all the answers. But I do know we've got to keep asking the questions. That's what the American experiment is all about. It's at the very core of our character as a people. We owe our vigor to its constant renewal. You know, I don't have much patience for these guys who go around saying the pride is back in America. For some of us, it never left. Vietnam may have covered some patriots in shame, but not this one. We got in there for moral reasons, and, by God, we got out of there for moral reasons. Where else on this Earth does such debate settle on anything other than expediency? Only in America. Watergate - triumph of the system. How could anybody watch Barbara Jordan thunder away at those House hearings and not feel a surge of pride in the miracle of this country? And then there are those people who tell you that our noisy dissent, our raucous squabble, weakened us as a country - caused us to lose our supremacy. Don't you believe it. We are the envy of this world. Why? Because, throughout our history, we have always maintained that we could do better. We have insisted that we could do better. We've always been willing to reinvent ourselves for the common good. And in our darkest hour, leaders, real leaders, have always stepped forward to hold the American people to the responsibility of citizenship. Well, it's time for that kind of leadership now, T.J. And I'm not sure that it's me, but I'd like the chance to find out.


[He starts to leave the room, then turns back]



Jack Tanner:
Oh, and if you young people are still wondering, the right answer is John Lennon.

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[making a toast at his son's wedding rehearsal dinner]



Tanner's Father:
One hundred years ago, William Gladstone, after a particularly acrimonious debate in Parliament, bellowed across the floor at his arch-rival Benjamin Disraeli, "You, sir," he said, "will one day end your days on the gallows or of venereal disease." Disraeli raised himself up and replied, "That, sir, would depend on whether I embrace your principles or your mistress."



Alex Tanner:
Grandpa.



Tanner's Father:
I tell this humorous story because it hasn't been altogether clear to me this past year exactly what my son is embracing.



Jack Tanner:
Dad!


[Jack's fiancee gets up from the table and leaves]

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Kirk:
Spock, my top priority right now is to regain control of the ship. After that, you can debate Shakari until you're green in the face.

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Det. Don Schanke:
You're not talking about a six-year-old here.



Det. Nick Knight:
We *could* debate that, Schanke.

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Pinhead:
Just give me the box and I'll free you from the future.



Joey:
Free yourself from the past.



Pinhead:
[shouting] Don't debate with me, girl! Just come here and die while you still have the option of doing it quickly!

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Dr. Robert Campbell:
Jesus Christ, woman, must everything be a full-scale debate with you? Just do it!

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Thomas Jefferson:
I kept having a debate between my head and my heart.



Maria Cosway:
Which in your case, the head always wins.



Thomas Jefferson:
Not this time. My poor head was simply whirled around by my unruly heart.



Maria Cosway:
Oh-dear-God.



Thomas Jefferson:
It kept telling me I love the lady and will continue to love her forever. If she were on one side of the globe and I on the other, I would pierce through the whole mass of the world to reach her.

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Jerry Lundegaard:
[answering the phone] Jerry Lundegaard.



Carl Showalter:
Alright, Jerry, you got the phone to yourself?



Jerry Lundegaard:
Well, yeah.



Carl Showalter:
You know who this is?



Jerry Lundegaard:
Well, yeah, I got an idea. How's that Ciera working out for ya?



Carl Showalter:
Circumstances have changed, Jerry.



Jerry Lundegaard:
Well, what do ya mean?



Carl Showalter:
Thing have changed, circumstances, Jerry, beyond the... uh, acts of god.



Jerry Lundegaard:
How's Jean?



Carl Showalter:
[puzzled] Who's Jean?



Jerry Lundegaard:
My wife! What the-?



Carl Showalter:
Oh, she's alright, but there's a few people in Brainerd who aren't so okay, I'll tell you that.



Jerry Lundegaard:
What the heck are ya talking about? Let's just finish this deal up here.



Carl Showalter:
Blood has been shed, Jerry.



Jerry Lundegaard:
What the heck do ya mean?



Carl Showalter:
Three people, in Brainerd.



Jerry Lundegaard:
Oh, jeez.



Carl Showalter:
That's right, we need more money.



Jerry Lundegaard:
What the heck are ya talking about? What do you fellas have yourself mixed up in?



Carl Showalter:
We need more money...



Jerry Lundegaard:
[interrupting] This was supposed to be a no rough stuff type deal!



Carl Showalter:
[angry] DON'T EVER INTERRUPT ME, JERRY, JUST SHUT THE FUCK UP!



Jerry Lundegaard:
Well, I'm sorry, but I just- I don't...



Carl Showalter:
I'm not gonna debate you, Jerry! I'm not gonna debate! We now want the entire 80,000!



Jerry Lundegaard:
Oh, for chris'sake here!

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Carter Preston:
Major Koslova ends the debate about women in combat as far as I'm concerned.



Declan Mulqueen:
How's that?



Carter Preston:
She saved my life and took out Terek's brother. She did it knowing she'd be drawing a death sentence down on her neck. But when we offered to set her up some place else when this is over, you know what she said? The good guys don't hide.



Declan Mulqueen:
Fierce woman.



Carter Preston:
In that country, under that system: staggering.

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Jon Stewart:
But my point is this. If your idea of confronting me is that I don't ask hard-hitting enough news questions, we're in bad shape, fellows.



Co-Host:
We're here to love you, not confront you. We're here to be nice.



Jon Stewart:
No, no, no, but what I'm saying is this. I'm not. I'm here to confront you, because we need help from the media and they're hurting us. And it's - the idea is...


[Applause]



Co-Host:
Let me get this straight. If the indictment is - if the indictment is - and I have seen you say this - that...



Jon Stewart:
Yes.



Co-Host:
And that CROSSFIRE reduces everything, as I said in the intro, to left, right, black, white.



Jon Stewart:
Yes.



Co-Host:
Well, it's because, see, we're a debate show.



Jon Stewart:
No, no, no, no, that would be great.



Co-Host:
It's like saying The Weather Channel reduces everything to a storm front.



Jon Stewart:
I would love to see a debate show.



Co-Host:
We're 30 minutes in a 24-hour day where we have each side on, as best we can get them, and have them fight it out.



Jon Stewart:
No, no, no, no, that would be great. To do a debate would be great. But that's like saying pro wrestling is a show about athletic competition.

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Co-Host:
But, if Kerry gets elected, is it going to - you have said you're voting for him. You obviously support him. It's clear. Will it be harder for you to mock his administration if he becomes president?



Jon Stewart:
No. Why would it be harder?



Co-Host:
Because you support...



Jon Stewart:
The only way it would be harder is if his administration is less absurd than this one. So, in that case, if it's less absurd, then, yes, I think it would be harder. But, I mean, it would be hard to top this group, quite frankly. In terms of absurdity and their world matching up to the one that - you know, it was interesting. President Bush was saying, John Kerry's rhetoric doesn't match his record. But I've heard President Bush describe his record. His record doesn't match his record. So I don't worry about it in that respect. But let me ask you guys, again, a question, because we talked a little bit about, you're actually doing honest debate and all that. But, after the debates, where do you guys head to right afterwards?



Co-Host:
The men's room.



Jon Stewart:
Right after that?



Co-Host:
Home.



Jon Stewart:
Spin Alley.



Co-Host:
Home.



Jon Stewart:
Spin Alley.



Co-Host:
What are you talking about? You mean at these debates?



Jon Stewart:
Yes. You go to spin alley, the place called spin alley. Now, don't you think that, for people watching at home, that's kind of a drag, that you're literally walking to a place called deception lane? Like, it's spin alley. It's - don't you see, that's the issue I'm trying to talk to you guys...



Co-Host:
No, I actually believe - I have a lot of friends who work for President Bush. I went to college with some of them.



Co-Host:
Neither of us was ever in the spin room, actually.



Co-Host:
No, I did - I went to do the Larry King show. They actually believe what they're saying. They want to persuade you. That's what they're trying to do by spinning. But I don't doubt for a minute these people who work for President Bush, who



Jon Stewart:
I think they believe President Bush would do a better job. And I believe the Kerry guys believe President Kerry would do a better job. But what I believe is, they're not making honest arguments. So what they're doing is, in their mind, the ends justify the means.

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Jeremy Clarkson:
[When driving the McLaren Mercedes SLR through a tunnel] When they debate as to what the sound of the SLR engine was akin to, the British engineers from McLaren said it sounded like a Spitfire. But the German engineers from Mercedes said "Nein! Nein! Sounds like a Messerschmitt!" They were both wrong. It sounds like the God of Thunder, gargling with nails.

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Daniel Desario:
Am I a loser?



Harris Trinsky:
You're not a loser 'cause you have sex, but if you weren't having sex, we could definitely debate the issue.

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Michael Palin:
[archive footage - debate in defence of Life of Brian] Yes, you started out with an open mind.

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Dr. Turner:
[in a debate on healthcare] Shut up. Enough already. I've heard all the bitching and moaning I can stand for one day all right? Look, if you want to regard me as some kind of blood-sucking vampire, then fine, great, I'll be the bad guy.


[points at John]



Dr. Turner:
but who's holding the fucking gun?

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[Governor Hardin and David Gale are engaged in a debate on Batter's Box]



Governor Hardin:
Alan, let me say something I always say and I'm gonna keep on saying. And that is that I HATE killin'. That's why my administration is willing to kill to stop it.



David Gale:
So, you don't subscribe to the idea that 'a good state is the one that protects its most despised members?'



Governor Hardin:
It's a nice liberal idea. But, like most nice liberal ideas, naive.



David Gale:
It's a quote from you, Governor. From your first state attorney campaign



Governor Hardin:
[flustered] You've got me, Professor. But let me, in my defense, offer YOU a quote. Winston Churchill: 'If you're not a liberal at twenty, you have no heart, if you're still a liberal at thirty, you've got no brain.'


[studio audience laughs]



David Gale:
So, basically, you feel, to choose another quote, 'society must be cleansed of elements which represent its own death.'



Governor Hardin:
Well, yes. I'd have to agree.


[laughs]



Governor Hardin:
Did I say that too?



David Gale:
No, that was Hitler.

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[Presenting Art Direction, by Joel and Ethan Coen]



Cameron Diaz:
For as long as the medium has existed the debate has raged, Are movies Art or Entertainment? Well, how many movies these days are entertaining? Yes, movies are an art, but the person who directs this art that movies are, who was formerly called the Art Director is now confusingly called the Production Designer. The Production Designer directs the work of the person currently called the Art Director and is himself usually a former Art Director who has gotten to big for his britches. But specifically, what does the Production Designer do? Well, he or she flips about the set, draping things and fabrics, hanging pictures on the wall, or if it's a World War II picture, arranging the mud. Everything you see on the screen except for the actors, who don't matter so much, is designed by the Production Designer, or if he didn't design it, he at least looked at it and said 'OK, we'll go with that'. We honor then these strange artistic people. The nominees...

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Bill:
So son, why didn't you join the football team?



Brian Miller:
Well, it was getting in the way of my debate team practices.



Bill:
You never told me you were on the debate team!



Brian Miller:
Yes, I did.



Bill:
No, you didn't.



Brian Miller:
Yes, I did



Bill:
Damn, you're good

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[Mays and Mitch are interrupting Brian Lewis's campaign commercial shoots to force him to debate Mays]



Mays Gilliam:
I thought I told you that we won't stop, I thought I told you that we won't stop!

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Harry:
You're sure about this, Neville?



Neville:
Absolutely.



Harry:
For an hour?



Neville:
Most likely.



Harry:
"Most likely?"



Neville:
Well, there's some debate among herbologists about its effectiveness in fresh water as opposed to salt water...



Harry:
You're telling me this *now*?

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Himself - ASPCA Special Agent for Humane Law Enforcement:
I just exhausted, uh, every reasonable argument and I'm not gonna stand here and debate with this guy.



Himself - ASPCA Special Agent for Humane Law Enforcement:
I mean, this is how reasonable the guy is, look at the sign that says "no parking at any time".... look where the van is. I mean, you know, he thinks he's Clarence Darrow, he's gonna go on and on and on.



Mike Geller:
[as if he's reciting from an old movie] You got yourself a ducy there, Mr. Pentangelo!

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The leader must aim high, see big, judge widely, thus setting himself apart form the ordinary people who debate in narrow confines.More [07/09/2011 03:07:24]
Great leaders are almost always great simplifiers, who can cut through argument, debate and doubt, to offer a solution everybody can understand.More [07/09/2011 04:07:43]
Let's start to have a grown up debate in this country about who we are and where we want to go and what kind of country we want to build.More [07/27/2011 10:07:02]
The big debate right now is if Saddam is alive or dead. He's dead, then he's alive, then dead, then alive. It's just confusing. Today they showed videotape, and Saddam was speaking at his own funeral.More [08/01/2011 10:08:45]
Convinced as I am and as I am from my government that the world needs a new moral architecture over all I believe that this should be the first topic to debate in our world of today, ethics, moral. More [08/03/2011 08:08:40]
We have never had such an intense, frank and profound debate in the past seven years,More [08/03/2011 08:08:56]
I've enjoyed doing Wolf Blitzer's program, and I even enjoyed having a heated debate with Bill O'Reilly. I will do it any time.More [08/07/2011 03:08:14]
Every candidate goes into every debate hoping that they can own a particular moment.More [08/08/2011 05:08:52]
It is better to debate a question without settling it than to settle a question without debating it. More [08/10/2011 03:08:34]
The federal government seeks to control and regulate the Internet, but the last thing this Congress should be doing is trying to stifle public debate online.More [08/13/2011 04:08:45]
See that's a goal that I think it's very good in the debate to find out who the person is.More [08/22/2011 11:08:42]
I should add that it is open to debate whether what we call the writing of history these days is truly scientific.More [08/23/2011 01:08:06]
Oh, there's going to be debate because you're dealing with the Bible and religion is supposed to be separate from state and that to me is already a conflict before it even hits the gay issue.More [08/23/2011 05:08:04]
After Nashville sushi and a long debate on Bob Dylan, we went into Woodland Studios at 10 pm that night for a look around, and jammed for 5 hours solid.More [08/27/2011 05:08:08]

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