More quotes for speechwriters

Three shiny objects the Vital Speeches raccoons recently dragged in:

We like the way she talks. The late Liz Carpenter wrote speeches for LBJ. Once he demanded, “Why don’t you use your head?” She retorted, “I’m too busy trying to use yours!”

Vital Speeches editor David Murray puts a contemporary spin on an old saying. “When they’re running you out of town, put a proud look on your face and call it thought leadership.”

And finally former President Bush chief speechwriter Michael Gerson offers fodder for those on any side of the Tea Party movement. It’s William Blake’s line: “A dog starv’d at his Master’s Gate/Predicts the ruin of the State.”

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