Name Calling quotes:

  • American media has just become talk radio, incredibly partisan name-calling and op-eds. -- Shane Smith
  • Conferences at the top level are always courteous. Name-calling is left to the foreign ministers. -- W. Averell Harriman
  • Talk about your negative experiences with the father, with your girlfriends. Not with your children. And bite your tongue when it comes to diminishing, denying, dismissing, name-calling. -- Iyanla Vanzant
  • A false argument should be refuted, not named. That's the basic idea behind freedom of speech. Arguments by name-calling, rather than truth and light, can generally be presumed fraudulent. -- Ann Coulter
  • Political debate with liberals is basically impossible in America today because liberals are calling names while conservatives are trying to make arguments. -- Ann Coulter
  • America needs fewer men obsessed with erecting fences of hate, suspicion and name calling. -- William Arthur Ward
  • At its worst, Washington is a place where name-calling partisan politics too often trumps policy. -- Bernie Sanders
  • A stick or a stone only stings for a minute. A name seems to hurt forever. -- Barbara Park
  • I almost didn't name Butt-Head 'Butt-Head.' I came real close to calling him something else. -- Mike Judge
  • I think the political process has degenerated into name-calling and extremism, and I think that that's unfortunate. -- Bill Bradley
  • I've never done a sequel - so far, there have been too many new stories and characters calling my name. -- Jennifer McMahon
  • John Legend is a nickname that some friends started calling me, and it kind of grew into my stage name. -- John Legend
  • Since the very beginning, Emeril's had a sense of humor about me calling him names and poking fun at him. -- Anthony Bourdain
  • We believe that according the name 'investors' to institutions that trade actively is like calling someone who repeatedly engages in one-night stands a 'romantic.' -- Warren Buffett
  • No name-calling truly bites deep unless, in some dark part of us, we believe it. If we are confident enough then it is just noise. -- Laurell K. Hamilton
  • Have you ever been married? Had that thing of someone calling you by a name not your own? It's unsettling. It's like a fictitious person. -- Stacy Schiff
  • What took time for my mom was getting the pronouns right and calling me by a different name. Laverne was my middle name before I transitioned. -- Laverne Cox
  • When you write a high-tech thriller, and then people in the defense establishment start calling you - people I can't name - you feel you've hit a nerve. -- Daniel Suarez
  • I had started calling her Lucy shortly after we met; I didn't like the name Lucille. That's how our television show was called I Love Lucy, not Lucille. -- Desi Arnaz
  • I'm so sick of immaturity, of name-calling, of labels, of gossip, of high school. It doesn't make sense anymore, and I find myself being nice to people that I want to strangle. -- Coco Chanel
  • Women comedy is different than men comedy. Guy comedy is very aggressive, it's about insulting each other, name-calling, and kind of busting each other's chops, and that's not what women's comedy is. -- Paul Feig
  • Some day there will have to be some new rules established about name-calling. I don't mean the routine cursing that goes on between husband and wife, but the naming of defenseless, unsuspecting babies. -- Groucho Marx
  • I came up during that time when music, to me, was really music. It wasn't about talking about a woman and calling them a derogatory name or something like that. It was real music. -- Michael Clarke Duncan
  • Good satire is about attacking the powerful, and that tends to be more the purview of the left. Maybe there's something about the conservative mindset that confuses mean-spirited name-calling and insults with actual humor. -- Tom Tomorrow
  • I've slipped on occasion into the realm of irresponsible invective, but I try to avoid it and generally recant when I fall short. Because name-calling does nothing to improve understanding or move the political debate forward. -- Mark McKinnon
  • At my age the only problem is with remembering names. When I call everyone darling, it has damn all to do with passionately adoring them, but I know I'm safe calling them that. Although, of course, I adore them too. -- Richard Attenborough
  • Inside many liberals is a totalitarian screaming to get out. They don't like to have another point of view in the room that they don't squash and the way they try to squash it is by character assassination and name calling. -- David Horowitz
  • There's a passion about this because people take it very close to their hearts and they have grown up with James Bond - and so have I. But I was being criticized before I had presented anything, so it was name calling. -- Daniel Craig
  • My grandparents never understood why my mother Noreen chose such exotic names for her children: Damon and me. My granny insisted on calling my brother Dermot - a good Irish name - until she died; I was just known as 'wee one.' -- Natascha McElhone
  • Multiculturalism is a campaign to lower America's moral status by defining the American experience is terms of myriad repressionsand their victims. By rewriting history, and by using name calling ("Racist! Sexist! Homophobe!") to inhibit debate, multiculturalists cultivate grievances, self pity and claims to entitlements arising from victimization. -- George Will
  • I would miss months of school and then return with bright blond hair. Needless to say, there was bullying. I wasn't beaten up daily, but there was name-calling and jealousy. You have to bear in mind that 'Harry Potter' wasn't cool. I wasn't part of the 'Terminator' franchise. -- Tom Felton
  • A man's natural rights are his own, against the whole world; and any infringement of them is equally a crime, whether committed by one man, or by millions; whether committed by one man, calling himself a robber, (or by any other name indicating his true character,) or by millions, calling themselves a government. -- Lysander Spooner
  • I don't have a pet, but I dream of someday getting a pug dog whom I will name Croque Monsieur so that I may alternate between calling him Croque, Monsieur or his full name: Croque Monsieur. I'll more than likely only use his first and last name most often when he's been bad. -- John Gallagher, Jr.
  • When activists say we need to move past the partisan divide, what they mean is: Shut up and get with my program. Have you ever heard anyone say, "We need to get past all of this partisan squabbling and name-calling. That's why I'm going to abandon all my objections and agree with you"? -- Jonah Goldberg
  • But persistent name calling? that prolongs hurt. It stretches out. Each nasty word stretches the rubber band further away until finally, one day, it snaps back at you with maximum impact -- Randa Abdel-Fattah
  • [Donald] Trump is obsessed with name calling. -- Hillary Clinton
  • It's hard to have a dialogue when you're name-calling. -- Joan Jett
  • I found my life's calling when you spoke my name. -- John Michael Montgomery
  • All over the sky a sacred voice is calling your name. -- Black Elk
  • Calling them devadasis we insult God Himself in the name of religion. -- Mahatma Gandhi
  • I'm in love, sweet love. Feel me calling out your name, I feel no shame. -- Anita Baker
  • Feeling like the voice she liked best in all the world was calling her name. -- C. S. Lewis
  • Name the season's first hurricane Zelda and fool Mother Nature into calling it a year. -- Robert Breault
  • I'm going to focus on people and what they need, not on name calling between politicians. -- Charles Schumer
  • Your calling my name is My reply. Your longing for Me is My message to you. -- Rumi
  • . . . is it better to throw yourself head first and laughing into the holy rage calling your name? -- Donna Tartt
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  • There is nothing sweeter in this sad world than the sound of someone you love calling your name. -- Kate DiCamillo
  • I felt a smile on my face. "Thanks." "For what?" "Using my name instead of calling me a thing. -- John Corwin
  • The love of God is not generic. God looks with love upon every man and woman, calling them by name. -- Pope Francis
  • I can feel a phoenix inside of me. I can see the heavens but I still hear the flames calling out my name. -- Katy Perry
  • His name was George F. Babbitt, and . . . he was nimble in the calling of selling houses for more than people could afford to pay. -- Sinclair Lewis
  • Calling a trans person by their former name is referred to as "deadnaming" and is considered highly offensive to most trans people I know. -- Steven Petrow
  • A book's alright when the weather's foul and there's nothing else to do, but why sit and read when the wind is calling your name? -- Mercedes Lackey
  • You are such a chicken. Bock. Bock. Bock." He refused to allow her very bad chicken impression to ruffle his feathers. He was above petty name-calling. -- Christine Feehan
  • He was calling it an atonic seizure because, even if he didn't know why it had happened, it was important to give it a cool name. -- Ben Aaronovitch
  • It is time to set aside the old partisan bickering and finger-pointing and name-calling that comes from freeing parents to make different choices for their children. -- George W. Bush
  • We have to actually choose a name," Kane murmured above her head. "We can't keep calling him 'baby.' When he's fifteen he might resent it. -- Christine Feehan
  • Lucy woke out of the deepest sleep you can imagine, with the feeling that the voice she liked best in the world had been calling her name. -- C. S. Lewis
  • For now, decisions are upon us and we cannot afford delay. We cannot mistake absolutism for principle or substitute spectacle for politics, or treat name-calling as reasoned debate. -- Barack Obama
  • (The United States) is the same as al-Qaeda, under a different color flag, calling on the name a different God to sanction and approve our murder and our mayhem! -- Jeremiah Wright
  • There seems to be a lot of name-calling going on, but I want to remind you what our good dad told me one time. Labels are for soup cans. -- George W. Bush
  • I'm too tired, too tired hearing your mean-wording, your pretending, your name-calling, sorry, not sorry, words you write, I should forgive because you didn't mean them right? Oh plus I deserved them? Alright. -- Coco J. Ginger
  • Soundlessly whispering into the void, my lips moving quickly, silently, without ceasing. Calling his name, calling him to me.Even though there's no use.Even though it's futile.Even though it's way past too late. -- Alyson Noel