Best Quotes About Patron

She was a patron saint of the peripheral. -Jane Howard

Clairvoyant, n.: A person, commonly a woman, who has the power of seeing that which is invisible to her patron – namely, that he is a blockhead. -Ambrose Bierce

When I sell liquor, it's called bootlegging; when my patrons serve it on Lake Shore Drive, it's called hospitality. -Al Capone

If a patron buys from an artist who needs money, the patron then makes himself equal to the artist; he is building art into the world; he creates. -Ezra Pound

Cat: a pygmy lion who loves mice, hates dogs, and patronizes human beings. -Oliver Herford

Character is power; it makes friends, draws patronage and support and opens the way to wealth, honor and happiness. -John Howe

I cannot live under pressures from patrons, let alone paint. -Michelangelo

Blacks who have not succumbed to the victim culture have been, are, and will be doing quite well – all on their own, without handouts, affirmative action, and other patronizing measures. -Tammy Bruce

France is the only nation in which astoundingly small numbers of civilized patrons reside. -Gustave Courbet

People were talking while I was playing, so I got up and left the stage. I've gotten to the point where I'm not really very patient with patrons rapping during the show. And the people were all nice and quiet when I cam back. -Bruce Hornsby

In inquiring concerning the benefits of the plan proposed, I shall proceed upon the supposition that female seminaries will be patronized throughout our country. -Emma Willard

Female schools might be comprised in the list of those worthy the public patronage, with great propriety. -Joseph Lancaster

NARA must provide security at our facilities to protect our public patrons, our staff, and our holdings. -Allen Weinstein

When you're kept by a patron you don't have to duke it out in the media marketplace for dollars and for readers. In some ways that's a blessing because it takes a lot of pressure off you. -David Talbot

Don't patronize the chain bookstores. Every time I see some author scheduled to read and sign his books at a chain bookstore, I feel like telling him he's stabbing the independent bookstores in the back. -Lawrence Ferlinghetti

He has such a patronizing tone and manner, and such a sarcastic sense of humor. I found him rather brutal, a kind of elegant brutality which appealed. No, I think he came pretty much off the page. -Jeremy Northam

I've experienced huge kindness here, a great welcome and some very generous reviews without the snide social edge I often suffer from at home. I'm not patronized here either, which I much appreciate! -Joanna Trollope

Man may be considered as having a twofold origin – natural, which is common and the same to all – patronymic, which belongs to the various families of which the whole human race is composed. -Adam Clarke

I would argue that one of the issues which the public should be much more emphatic about with all politicians… is patronage, appointing people to high positions because they supported your campaign or helped you raise money. -John Hickenlooper

We criticize, copy, patronize, idolize and insult but we never doubt that the U.S. has a unique position in the history of human hopes. -Ferdinand Mount

Accomplishment is such a patronizing, dangerous word, isn't it? I haven't really accomplished anything. The most accomplished thing I've done is to have lived this long – 81. -Patrick Macnee

In England, the profession of the law is that which seems to hold out the strongest attraction to talent, from the circumstance, that in it ability, coupled with exertion, even though unaided by patronage, cannot fail of obtaining reward. -Charles Babbage

This great oracle of the East India Company himself admits that, if there is no power vested in the Court of Directors but that of the patronage, there is really no government vested in them at all. -Richard Cobden

That a majority of the Abolitionists in this place would patronize a free labor store, in preference to others, I do not doubt; but we do not muster money in Cincinnati. -Gamaliel Bailey

Our thoughts fly therefore by themselves in this festive hour of our plant community, to the man whom we thank for the ressurection of our Nation: Adolf Hitler, the patron of German labour and German art. -Gustav Krupp

I want to be like the patron saint of reality. -Fiona Apple

The astrologers and historians write that the ascendant as of Oxford is Capricornus, whose lord is Saturn, a religious planet, and patron of religious men. -John Aubrey

But I also think that it does create a lot of revenue, but to me it's a temporary revenue stream because it's an industry that, if suddenly gambling started in Massachusetts, then a lot of our patrons who would gamble in New Hampshire if we had it, would disappear. -Craig Benson

Look, I think if you talk down to a kid or aim specifically at a kid, most kids aren't gonna like it, really, because most kids can feel when you are being patronizing. -Brad Bird

William Bennett is my patron saint, one of them. Redd Foxx is another. -Kinky Friedman

The life of a man who deliberately runs through his fortune often becomes a business speculation; his friends, his pleasures, patrons, and acquaintances are his capital. -Honore de Balzac

Each of the Arts whose office is to refine, purify, adorn, embellish and grace life is under the patronage of a Muse, no god being found worthy to preside over them. -Eliza Farnham

Let's get on our knees and pray. I don't know to whom. Is there a patron saint of ballistics gel? -Adam Savage

I also get fed up with the fact that casting agents and directors have this impression of me as being frail and petite. I find it very patronizing. I'm quite beefy and strong. I was a gymnast in school and I have lots of muscles. -Helena Bonham Carter

In my 20s I was going round seeing agents who were patronising because I was fat and a girl, which was a double whammy. I knew what it was to feel out-of-the-loop. -Victoria Wood

Once you become successful, people know where you live, the type of house you live in, the kind of car you drive, the clothes you wear, and so it would be patronising to go and talk like a welder. Welding's a mystery to me now. You can't go back, your life changes every day. -Billy Connolly

To single out a particular group and say we can't make a joke about them is almost a form of prejudice and it's kind of patronizing. -Sacha Baron Cohen

Tennyson seems to be the patron saint of the wishy washies, which is perhaps why I admire him so much, not only as a poet, but as a man. -A. N. Wilson

Our human compassion binds us the one to the other – not in pity or patronizingly, but as human beings who have learnt how to turn our common suffering into hope for the future. -Nelson Mandela

The stimulus was a case of political patronage, corporate welfare, and cronyism at their worst. -Paul Ryan

It's very hard to put forth a film that's about love and the joy of love and for it not to be patronising and not make people nauseous or make them roll their eyes. -Laura Linney

Movies are my religion and God is my patron. I'm lucky enough to be in the position where I don't make movies to pay for my pool. When I make a movie, I want it to be everything to me; like I would die for it. -Quentin Tarantino

Psychology is as important as substance. If you treat people with respect, they will go out of their way to accommodate you. If you treat them in a patronizing way, they will go out of their way to make your life difficult. -Mohamed ElBaradei

You know, Hollywood sometimes tends to patronize the interior of the United States. As Horton Foote used to say, the great Texas playwright, that a lot of people from New York don't know what goes on beyond the South Jersey Shore. -Robert Duvall

I'm regarded as the patron saint of manicurists. -Tippi Hedren

I come from a working class community in eastern Scotland, and I've always been a populist, though not a patronising populist. -Brian Cox

People are patronizing the theatres with renewed enthusiasm – there is an entire picnic-like attitude when families go out to see movies, which is a very good sign. They want to see larger-than-life characters on the big screen and not just watch movies on television or on DVDs. -Salman Khan

You know, Christianity has its own superstition anyway: Why you turn three times, what this saint means, why you pray to the patron saint of lost causes, why you go this way or that way. -Ciaran Hinds

Something I learn every time I stand in front of a bunch of children, I learn never, never to underestimate them or patronise them. -Michael Morpurgo

The only economic paradigm that movies have ever known is capitalism. There were no church sponsors or state patronage. The idea was that if you'd pay to see it, we'll make it for you. -Paul Schrader

Civility is not not saying negative or harsh things. It is not the absence of critical analysis. It is the manner in which we are sharing this territorial freedom of political discussion. If our discourse is yelled and screamed and interrupted and patronized, that's uncivil. -Richard Dreyfuss

Many people have been pontificating, and patronizing, and moralizing, and scapegoating, saying you Greeks, you are the problem. I would say we Greeks have a problem. We are not the problem. -George Papandreou

Your humble critic confesses that he has been wrestling with 'weight issues' since leaving college lo these, uh, several years ago, so it's hard to be receptive to the moralistic scolding and patronizing encouragement offered endlessly by the allegedly well-meaning. -Tom Shales

That was the miracle of Abraham Lincoln, politician. He pursued the high purpose of moving justice forward via the low arts of patronage and patronization. Indeed, in a democracy, it is usually the only way great deeds are done. -Joe Klein

I cling to the idea that Herman Melville had to work at the end of his career watching ships in a dock, as a shipping agent in New York. Any writer who thinks they should be given patronage because of their gift… you don't have to look too far in history to see that's just not the case. -Jess Walter

Children's authors don't talk down or patronise their younger readers. -John Boyne

Ancients knew that you need guidance, patronage and protection as you move from one place or state to another, whenever you cross a bridge. You had better know what you are doing when you leave one group or place to join another. -Richard Rohr

If it takes you seven years to write each novel, you need a patron. And I would rather have my corporate self as my patron than any arts council or bestower of grants. -Mohsin Hamid

Most of the e-mails I get nowadays are from students who ask me how I got my start. In truth it's from having a really supportive family but also having a good patron who will help you – like financing all those early trips I took. -Ryan McGinley

There is nothing which can better deserve your patronage, than the promotion of science and literature. Knowledge is in every country the surest basis of public happiness. -George Washington

I am a regular, if not exactly enthusiastic, patron of my local bookshop. I try to buy at least some books there because I cling to the belief that it's important to maintain those businesses which put a human face on the exchange of money for goods and services. -Will Self

Californians don't have that marvelous British cynicism, but then the British can be so patronizing at times. -Alex Kingston

Attacking the indecency of life in much of the Southern Hemisphere is no longer a matter of grace, of charity, of patronizing kindness. It is a matter of intense self-interest. -Anthony Lewis

Politeness and civility are the best capital ever invested in business. Large stores, gilt signs, flaming advertisements, will all prove unavailing if you or your employees treat your patrons abruptly. The truth is, the more kind and liberal a man is, the more generous will be the patronage bestowed upon him. -P. T. Barnum

Contrary to popular view, I've never been patronized in the Middle East. Men maybe treat women differently, but they do not treat them with disrespect. They don't hate women. It's a very different kind of mentality. -Zaha Hadid

I really wish people – maybe it's naive – wish people had priorities and were willing to be artistic patrons. -Harold Prince

When you work with kids, people tell you to be very delicate, but that's the last thing you should do with kids. They feel patronized if you're like that. They just want you to be normal. -Alfonso Cuaron

Avant-garde architects have never been able to depend on the support of the establishment, since the customary patrons of this most conservative and slowly moving art form have historically been resistant to innovation and experiment. -Martin Filler

The tall building, concentrating man in one place more densely than ever before, similarly concentrates the dilemma of our public architecture at the end of the twentieth century: whether the new forms made possible by technology are doomed by the low calculations of modern patrons and their architects. -Martin Filler

Newspapers are not free and they never have been. They can appear to be so, but someone, somewhere is covering the costs whether that is through advertising, a patron's largesse or a license fee. Advertising is no longer subsidising the industry and so the cost must fall somewhere – why not on the people who use it? -Heather Brooke

The worst mistake you can make with children is to talk to them in a condescending, patronising way and think that you can teach them something. You have to understand that it is you who will be learning from them. You have to get into their world and see things from their perspective. -Magnus Scheving

No one doubts that poison gas was used in Syria. But there is every reason to believe it was used, not by the Syrian Army, but by opposition forces to provoke intervention by their powerful foreign patrons, who would be siding with the fundamentalists. -Vladimir Putin

A lot of roles for people with disabilities are quite patronising. It's a real pity when they are just used to give dull PC kudos to a drama, or when they're wheeled on in a tokenistic way without any real involvement in the plot. -Mark Haddon

Hollywood sometimes tends to patronize the interior of the United States. As Horton Foote used to say, the great Texas playwright, that a lot of people from New York don't know what goes on beyond the South Jersey Shore. -Robert Duvall

When I watch 'Mad Men' and I see the patronising attitudes to women that are so shocking for all of us to watch now, I feel that I've lived and see the same evolution in this regard around disability. -Aimee Mullins

Work is work; wherever I'm working, I do the best I can. If the actual dollars come from investors as opposed to taxpayers and patrons, what's the difference? -Twyla Tharp

Our political system needs changing. It needs to move away from personalities and patronage to a system of party programs and consultation with the people. -Gloria Macapagal Arroyo

Human connection is the way things work. It's like a patronage system. You know somebody, and he knows somebody, and he knows somebody, and he knows the district governor, and it's okay. -Ian Frazier

The kind of system Kickstarter uses has been used for hundreds of years. Unlike Medici-style patronage, where the richest people in town give large amounts of money, Kickstarter's system relies on the general public for funding projects, and rewards those backers. -Perry Chen

To fund major cultural efforts, we must not rely alone on government and foundation patronage; if the farmer can spend for beer, he can pay for good entertainment which he can understand, which he can identify with and which will fortify his spirit. -F. Sionil Jose

The Philippines, it has a politics of patronage. Family and favors, in addition to the old cliche of guns, goons and gold, really do still hold a lot of sway. -Miguel Syjuco

Theatre can be so patronising. So often, it's just proselytising for the theatre. -Tim Crouch

We tend to lack humility toward love, to patronize it rather than bow before it, to put mundane considerations before the emotional need to hold someone in our arms. -Marianne Williamson

Christianity has its own superstition, anyway: Why you turn three times, what this saint means, why you pray to the patron saint of lost causes, why you go this way or that way. -Ciaran Hinds

All backups take their cue from Elrod Hendricks, the patron saint of erstwhile catchers. -Stephen Rodrick

Bill Gates has become the patron saint of philanthropy and the poster child of rebirth, and from what I can tell, rightly so. -John Battelle

We have to take risks in British television. It has to stop playing to the lowest common denominator and patronising people. -Charles Dance

I'm trying to encourage more women to be themselves, rather than what men want them to be. I don't believe in patronizing either sex. -Wendy O. Williams

Now, many public libraries want to lend e-books, not simply to patrons who come in to download, but to anybody with a reading device, a library card and an Internet connection. In this new reality, the only incentive to buy, rather than borrow, an e-book is the fact that the lent copy vanishes after a couple of weeks. -Scott Turow

People idealise their animals, and at the same time they patronisingly overlook a dog's natural life – biting fleas, burying bones, rolling in garbage, barking up an empty tree all night… But what do they do themselves? Bury stuff that will rot in secret and then dig it up and bury it again and rant and rave under empty trees! -Tove Jansson

I've seen a range of children's personalities, so it's easier to write about them without patronising them, I think. -Sarah Pinborough

One year, I was a patron of a new opera. It was, to put it kindly, unpleasant to the ear. The friends I went with hated it. Keeping quiet about my contribution, I was outed when one of them, reading the program at the restaurant during dinner, saw my name. -Karen DeCrow

When patronised, I'm unfortunately more flight than fight. Perhaps it's because I actually feel quite wounded. -Stella Young

Being a gal, people can be a bit patronizing. 'Oh, look at you using the computer.' They would never say that to a boy. And I don't let them do it to me. -FKA twigs

Never patronize a child. -Michele Ferrero

My staff's job is to adjust to circumstances with technical precision and artful grace so that every patron has a wonderful experience. -Danny Meyer

Choose to patronise your local farmers; as eaters, you need to demand a different type of food. Appreciate the pigginess of the pig. -Joel Salatin

Truman has become the patron saint of failed presidents because he left office with a 27 percent approval rating, and people were saying, 'To err is Truman,' yet look at what he did: the Marshall Plan, the creation of NATO, the Truman Doctrine. -Douglas Brinkley

Say what you will about Queen Eleanor, she was a savvy, quick-witted woman who made her mark on history. And as the founder of the Courts of Love, what better patron monarch could there be for a romantic novelist? -Lauren Willig

There were a lot of things I loved about working in a library, but mostly I miss the library patrons. I love books, but books are everywhere. Library patrons are as various and oddball and democratic as library books. -Elizabeth McCracken

Sometimes I find some movies patronizing, which I feel is the ultimate crime. -Dito Montiel

Ah-rah-han, the first Buddhist apostle of Burma, under the patronage of King Anan-ra-tha-men-zan, disseminated the doctrines of atheism and taught his disciples to pant after annihilation as the supreme good. -Adoniram Judson

When someone drew a picture of Pope John wearing an Avis 'We try harder' button, those words no longer meant which car rental to patronize, and yet some of the overtones from its original meaning are there and make a contribution to the new situation. -Corita Kent

Digital-Original just shifts the R&D costs for publishing to the authors and affords us the chance to write the stories we want to write and the stories our patrons want to read. -Michael A. Stackpole

Presidents in wartime, embattled presidents, unpopular presidents, they all look to Lincoln. He's their patron saint because no president was more embattled or more unpopular than Lincoln was during his presidency. We think he was born on Mount Rushmore. Not so. -Richard Norton Smith

Night tennis began at the United States Open in 1975 with certain stars trying to beg out and certain patrons trying to dump unwanted tickets on scalpers. -George Vecsey

Fairy tales, before they were sanitized, were very dark, and kids love that. 'Coraline' by Neil Gaiman feels like Beckett for kids. I think there's plenty of room for that. And I think there's a danger of being too patronizing to children, having things too sanitized. -Edward Carey

I will not undertake to offer an opinion on the capacity of Hindustan to produce cotton. The region is large, and the soil and climate various, the population great and wages low; but I must be permitted to doubt the success of the experiment of driving us out of the market, though backed and patronized by English capital and energy. -John C. Calhoun

There is not an example on record of any free state holding a province of the same extent and population without disastrous consequences. The nations conquered and held as a province have, in time, retaliated by destroying the liberty of their conquerors through the corrupting effect of extended patronage and irresponsible power. -John C. Calhoun

Without thinking or reflecting, we plunge into war, contract heavy debts, increase vastly the patronage of the Executive, and indulge in every species of extravagance, without thinking that we expose our liberty to hazard. It is a great and fatal mistake. -John C. Calhoun

I will not attempt to show that it would be a great evil to increase the patronage of the Executive. It is already enormously great, as every man of every party must acknowledge, if he would candidly express his sentiments. -John C. Calhoun

Indian classical music was born when time barely existed. It developed further within the structures of royal courts and a system of patronage where the ruler or the feudal master determined all. -Tariq Ali

In documentary filmmaking, there's a tradition of telling stories about victims. We often do that from a very patronizing place, but mostly we do it from a very selfish place, to reassure ourselves that our lives are in sympathy and solidarity with the victims. -Joshua Oppenheimer

With Kickstarter, people are patrons of the arts. With Mosaic, people can be clean-energy investors like Warren Buffett. -Billy Parish

I'm a member of the American legion and VFW, patron member of the Jewish War Veterans. -Rodney Frelinghuysen

I'm always keen to have more training as a charity patron. -Olivia Colman

Before a big event, I usually go to church and light a candle for St. Sebastian, who is the patron saint of athletes. -Simone Biles

This guy Simon Helberg, who's in 'Florence Foster Jenkins,' I might have been vaguely patronizing to him because he hadn't done films before. Gradually, you realize, not only is the guy a much bigger star than me, he's maybe the richest man I've ever met. -Hugh Grant

Due process gives teachers the latitude to use their professional judgment in their classrooms, to advocate for their students, and to not fear retribution for speaking the truth or teaching controversial subjects like evolution. As political winds shift in school districts, due process also wards off patronage or nepotism. -Randi Weingarten

The me you see on stage is largely a construct, based on me at my worst, my most annoying, my most petty, and my most patronizing. -Stewart Lee

It seems to me that many of the belligerent Jewish movements that were built upon hatred of Arabs – and I'm not only talking about Lieberman, but within the Likud as well – grew out of the patronizing socialist attitude that said, 'They'll be there, and we'll be here.' -Reuven Rivlin

There will never be great architects or architecture without great patrons. -Edwin Lutyens

Don't give up or give in in the face of patronising ridicule, amused disdain, or being ignored. -Meryl Streep

I have never thought it necessary to patronize the American people. -Jim Mattis

There was nothing about 'The Killing' that patronized its audience, and it was quite slow and detailed, all of the things which, for a long time, people had been nervous of making. -Olivia Colman

Millions of Americans recognize the right of private businesses to donate to any cause they choose; that if one doesn't want to patronize a chicken sandwich business, one can certainly buy fast food anywhere they want. -Mike Gallagher

I've always been a feminist, and what I love in my work is being able to explore a full-sided woman and not patronize her. -Felicity Jones

One of the worst things that can happen to an artist is to perceive himself as the owner of his art, and art as his tool. A product of the marketplace sensibility, this attitude barely differs on a psychological plane from the patron's view of the artist as a paid employee. -Joseph Brodsky

I just don't feel respected in the political process as a large donor or as a citizen voter. I just feel patronized. Everything I get is like, 'Hey, you couldn't possibly – it's too complex and sophisticated what really goes on,' and, 'Hey, leave it to us, and we will go and represent you and fight the good fight, and just give us money.' -Mark Pincus

I believe that the ability to talk to people and have them feeling engaged rather than patronised isn't something you can learn. It's a bit like being able to sing or play cricket. You can either do it, or you can't. -Nigel Farage

One had sown the seeds of corruption, and the other watered and nurtured it. Both the TDP and Congress have played their bit in patronising Satyam. -Chiranjeevi

Without sounding patronizing, it does seem that our family is different from other people. We risk more. -Tosca Musk

It's this patronizing thing that people have about if you're against the war, everyone's lumped together. You know, the soldiers are not scholars; they're not war experts. -Richard Belzer

Donald Trump won, or he got the majority of the electoral votes, a large majority. I think it would be patronizing to say that the majorities of people in Florida and Ohio, smaller majorities in Wisconsin and Michigan, that they voted for him because they were misled by something on Facebook. -Brad Stone

Monsters are the patron saints of imperfection. -Guillermo del Toro

Russia is so feudal in its system of patronage and reward that it is virtually impossible for a leader to hand over power without controlling his successor or at least receiving an exemption from prosecution – something Mr. Putin granted his predecessor, Boris Yeltsin, in 1999. -Simon Sebag Montefiore

In my 20s, I was going round seeing agents who were patronising because I was fat and a girl, which was a double whammy. I knew what it was to feel out-of-the-loop. -Maxine Peake

The patron saint of outlining – the bespectacled siren who sings to me from his spotless rock – is P. G. Wodehouse. -Ben Dolnick

Money has come to play a very bad role in the ANC; people's votes are bought, and patronage has become the order of the day. All those deviant tendencies need to be curbed. -Cyril Ramaphosa

There are certainly young people who are very aware of what's going on in this country, and we want to treat that with respect. We don't want to patronize our audience by just talking about the frivolousness. It's a balance. -Sallie Patrick

Unless we build theater and performing arts, then we're not going to be creating future patrons. We need to make it accessible. -Michael Arden

Being a New Yorker and someone that goes to MoMA as a patron, I want it to be good. -Elizabeth Diller

It is incumbent on the media industry to discourage the glorification of media violence. It is also incumbent on consumers who love America to support this effort with selective patronage campaigns to encourage media that provides uplifting content and to boycott the worst offenders, if necessary. -Bernice King

My message to women – including women of color – stand strong. Refuse to be minimized or patronized. Let all the small guys out there be intimidated by you. -Pramila Jayapal

We have a political culture of intimidation, of favoring, of patronage, and of fear, and that is no way for a community to be governed. -Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Opera needs a major makeover; the large opera houses are too in thrall to their conservative patrons. -Robert Lepage

Why do people who consider themselves good communicators often fail to actually hear each other? Often it's due to a mismatch of styles: To someone who prefers to vent, someone who prefers to explain seems patronizing; explainers experience venters as volatile. -Mark Goulston

I can say with some confidence that President Zardari's legacy will be written in golden words. I don't say this as his son, or patron-and-chief of the Pakistan People's Party – but as a student of history. -Bilawal Bhutto Zardari

I'm such a Shangela fan. I think she exemplifies 'Drag Race' greatness. She's like the Tiffany 'New York' Pollard of 'Drag Race.' She's like a patron saint of reality TV. -Trixie Mattel

Children's authors have to pick words that reflect the spirit of a book and convey its message but also words that light children up, that children will recognize. Words that inspire and comfort. Words that challenge yet don't patronize. Words that, well, mean something to them. -Rebecca Serle

I went through a phase in my 20s when I was overdosing on self-help books, so it was really refreshing to read 'The Alchemist' because it was a novel, but it still had the same wisdom, wasn't patronising and didn't tell you how you should live your life. -Tamzin Outhwaite

Jindal's record in Louisiana is controversial, in part because, in a state which has historically favored patronage culture and a bureaucracy that offered uninterrupted employment for those who backed the right horse, he aimed to destroy the old spoils system. -Ben Domenech

It's important that the actor doesn't feel like they're working in a vacuum. If the actor is told, 'Oh, it's a secret; just play it this way or that way,' it's a bit patronising. I think you have to bring the actor into your thinking and explain things. -Jed Mercurio

As a student of Alice Waters, the patron saint of salad, I'm no stranger to the art of lettuce washing. -Samin Nosrat

Mr. Corbyn reminds mature people of the days when the big parties really differed. He impresses the young because he doesn't patronise them, and obviously believes what he says. -Peter Hitchens

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