What the Critics Are Saying


 

His lack of education is more than compensated for by his keenly developed moral bankruptcy.

        Woody Allen

 

A passionate, turbulent, indomitable reaction against the despotism of fact.

        Matthew Arnold

 

No one can have a higher opinion of him than I have; and I think he’s a dirty little beast.

        W.S. Gilbert

 

Ordinarily he was insane, but he had lucid moments when he was merely stupid.

        Heinrich Heine

 

Underneath his flabby exterior is an enormous lack of character.

        Oscar Levant

 

Where others have hearts, he carries a tumor of rotten principles.

        Jack London

 

An evil, reptilian, kitten-eater from another planet.

        Ontario (Canada) Progressive Conservative Party

 

He is a man of splendid abilities but is utterly corrupt.  He shines and stinks like rotten mackerel by moonlight.

        John Randolph

 

A foul caricature of himself, a man with no soul, no inner convictions, with the integrity of a hyena and the style of a poison toad.

        Hunter Thompson

 

Logically unsound, confused and unprincipled, unwise to the extreme.

        Jiang Zemin

 If [he were] any dumber, they’d have to water [him] twice a week.

        Al Yankovic

You take the lies out of him, and he'll shrink to the size of your hat; you take the malice out of him, and he'll disappear.

        Mark Twain

 

Everyone has the right to be stupid, but he abuses the privilege.

        Anonymous

He had a nasty reputation as a
cruel dude. They said he was ruthless; said he was crude.

        Joe Walsh, et al.

He's so slow it takes him an hour and a half to watch 60 Minutes.
        Edwin Edwards

A creature who is vile, infamous, degraded, and putrescent... .he sits in senile dementia, with gangrened heart and rotting brain, grimacing at every reform and chattering in impotent rage against decency and morality, while he is going down to his grave in snarling infamy.
 
      Hiram Johnson

 

Poor, pitiful, shriveled wretch, with a soul so small that a little pelf would outweigh all things else that dignify or ennoble manhood.
         Kansas newspaper



 

 

Last Updated April 29, 2013

 

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