Eye-opening Robert F Kennedy quotations

Robert f kennedy quote Don't let the fear of losing be greater than the excitement of winning. ~Robert

Don't let the fear of losing be greater than the excitement of winning. ~Robert Kiyosaki

The assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr.

, and Robert F. Kennedy led directly to the passage of a historic law, the Gun Control Act of 1968.

What's nice about my dating life is that I don't have to leave my house.

All I have to do is read the paper: I'm marrying Richard Gere, dating Daniel Day-Lewis, parading around with John F. Kennedy, Jr., and even Robert De Niro was in there for a day.

I've been working with them for a couple years and a couple of projects.

Essentially Robert F. Kennedy Jr., is the chief litigator for this corporation, this Alliance, and their job is to prosecute corporate polluters of the great bodies of water in North America.

I think Robert F. Kennedy really, finally, cared; he realized that all of the rhetoric had to be put down into some form of action. That's perhaps the reason they killed him. They don't care what you say, you can say as much as you want to, provided you don't do anything. If you start to do something and your shuffling raises too much dust, they will disestablish you. That's what happened to Martin Luther King.

The challenge for me was not just the prosthetic work and how to move like an older man would move, but more so how to have 50 years of experience in the workplace and talk to a young Robert F. Kennedy as if he was some political upstart that didn't know what the hell he was talking about. That was the big challenge [in the J. Edgar Hoover mоvie].

I think all of us thought that by the '70s, at the latest the '80s, all the world's problems would be solved and everyone would be getting along fine. And instead we saw that Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated that year, Robert F. Kennedy died. We saw that it was going to be a lot more difficult than I think we had thought.

It has been said that each generation must win its own struggle to be free. -Robert F. Kennedy

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