Abomination quotes:

  • Is it Obama's nation or an abomination? -- Lowkey
  • This is the Homosexuality Is An Abomination Club, right? -- John Green
  • The sound of you, it offends me. Abomination, I command you to be silent. -- Thomas E. Sniegoski
  • I truly don't judge other people's actions. But I think that factory farming is an abomination. -- Moby
  • Consider everything in the nature of a hanging fixture a weakness, and naked radiators an abomination. -- Frank Lloyd Wright
  • I foresee that man will resign himself each day to new abominations, and soon that only bandits and soldiers will be left. -- Jorge Luis Borges
  • Remote villages and communities have lost their identity, and their peace and charm have been sacrificed to that worst of abominations, the automobile. -- James Norman Hall
  • In the dust where we have buried the silent races and their abominations we have buried so much of the delicate magic of life. -- D. H. Lawrence
  • There is no story that is not true, [...] The world has no end, and what is good among one people is an abomination with others. -- Chinua Achebe
  • Slavery is an abomination and must be loudly proclaimed as such, but I own that I nor any other man has any immediate solution to the problem. -- Thomas Jefferson
  • The Mass is the greatest blasphemy of God, and the highest idolatry upon earth, an abomination the like of which has never been in Christendom since the time of the Apostles. -- Martin Luther
  • Now of all the idealist abominations that make society pestiferous I doubt if there be any so mean as that of forcing self-sacrifice on a woman under the pretense that she likes it. -- George Bernard Shaw
  • There is no more evil thing in this world than race prejudice, none at all. [...] It justifies and holds together more baseness, cruelty, and abomination than any other sort of error in the world. -- H. G. Wells
  • A "just war" is hospitable to every self-deception on the part of those waging it, none more than the certainty of virtue, under whose shelter every abomination can be committed with a clear conscience. -- Alexander Cockburn
  • But I couldn't draw as fast as she requested. Thus, I tried to create the worst abomination of a comic that I could, so as to make her not want comics anymore. That abomination, my friends, was Happy Noodle Boy. -- Jhonen Vasquez
  • I encouraged the Chinese to support Pol Pot. I encouraged the Thailand|Thai to help the Khmer Rouge. The question was how to help the Cambodian people. Pol Pot was an abomination. We could never support him. But China could. -- Zbigniew Brzezinski
  • An unholy church! It is useless to the world, and of no esteem among men. It is an abomination, hells laughter, heavens abhorrence. The worst evils which have ever come upon the world have been brought upon her by an unholy church. -- Charles Spurgeon
  • Jewish people have been victims of anti-Semitism in many parts of the world, and in Europe they were the target of the Holocaust, the ultimate abomination. Yet, we cannot expect Palestinians to accept this as a reason why the wrongs done to them -- Kofi Annan
  • Which passages of scripture should guide our public policy? Should we go with Leviticus, which suggests slavery is OK and that eating shellfish is an abomination? Or we could go with Deuteronomy, which suggests stoning your child if he strays from the faith? -- Barack Obama
  • But beyond the hysteria of phantom death panels, where is the abomination? Show me the provisions that will hurt consumers, because if you think a $110 billion a year tax break for working-class Americans to buy private health insurance is a government takeover, I welcome the debate. -- Jim McDermott
  • I suggest that a culture adopting an alphabet would denigrate right hemispheric values because the alphabet is a left hemispheric mode of reception. And this right hemispheric denigration would manifest in two principal ways: Women's rights would be taken away, and images would be declared abominations. -- Leonard Shlain
  • If you want to be fully convinced of the abominations of slavery, go on a southern plantation, and call yourself a negro trader. Then there will be no concealment; and you will see and hear things that will seem to you impossible among human beings with immortal souls. -- Harriet Ann Jacobs
  • Thomas Jefferson, the leading Enlightenment figure in the United States, along with Benjamin Franklin, who took exactly the same view, argued that dependence will lead to "subservience and venality", and will "suffocate[s] the germs of virtue". And remember, by dependence he meant wage labor, which was considered an abomination under classical liberal principles. -- Noam Chomsky
  • It is necessary to constantly remind ourselves that we are not an abomination. -- Marlon Riggs
  • Tomato and lettuce-especially lettuce-is an abomination. -- Mimi Sheraton
  • You are an abomination before God. Jesus loves you too, I said smiling. -- Laurell K. Hamilton
  • A lie is an abomination unto the Lord, and a very present help in trouble. -- Adlai Stevenson I
  • Well,? said Stuart, ??a misspelled word is an abomination in the sight of everyone. -- E. B. White
  • [I can] scarcely write upon mathematics or mathematicians. Oh for words to express my abomination of the science. -- Thomas B. Macaulay
  • The message is clear: By all means become an abomination -- but only while unhinged by grief or wrath. -- Glen Duncan
  • It`s an absolute abomination. Whether intentional corruption or mismanagement , it seems like FEMA is just a money pit. -- Mark Foley
  • DEAL is a most villainous place. It is full of filthy-looking people.Great desolationof abomination has beengoing on here. -- William Cobbett
  • Electric guitars are an abomination, whoever heard of an electric violin? An electric cello? Or for that matter an electric singer? -- Andres Segovia
  • A hobby is, of course, an abomination, as are all consuming interests and passions that do not lead directly to large, personal gain. -- Fran Lebowitz
  • Before they committed the crime of crimes, before they killed their Master, before the cross, before the slaying of Christ, [Jewish sacrifices were] an abomination. -- Saint John Chrysostom
  • Follow your dream as long as you live, do not lessen the time of following desire, for wasting time is an abomination of the spirit. -- Plato
  • For some folks death is release, and for others death is an abomination, a terrible thing. But in the end, I'm there for all of them. -- Neil Gaiman
  • Irish nationalists can never be the assenting parties to the mutilation of the Irish nation. The two nation theory is to us an abomination and a blasphemy. -- John Redmond
  • I do nothing I regret, man, because I try to do nothing abominable. As long as there is not an abomination, there is nothing to regret, you understand? -- Peter Tosh
  • We may sing our hymns and psalms, and offer prayers, but they will be an abomination to God, unless we are willing to be thoroughly straightforward in our daily life. -- Dwight L. Moody
  • The way you give love is the most profoundly human part of you. When people say it's ugly or a perversion or an abomination, they're attacking the center of your being. -- Tony Kushner
  • He has to live in the midst of the incomprehensible, which is detestable. And it has a fascination, too, which goes to work upon him. The fascination of the abomination--you know. -- Joseph Conrad
  • I pledge impertinence to the flag waving, of the unindicted co-conspirators of America, and to the republicans for which I can't stand, one abomination, underhanded fraud, indefensible, with Liberty and Justice.. Forget it. -- Matt Groening
  • I think classical music tuition is, well, was when I was a child, was an abomination. I think in some ways it is one of life's great tragedies for everybody who gives up an instrument. -- Hugh Laurie
  • I thought that communism, the tyranny of communism, was an abomination and I beseeched God to bring that terrible evil down and he did. It was a great triumph, it took awhile, but it happened. -- Pat Robertson