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I will not agree to go to war in the Donbass. I know there are a lot of hotheads, especially those who hold rallies and say, ‘Let’s go fight and win it all back!’ But at what price? What is the cost? It’s another story of lives and land. And I won’t do it.
If you go back to 2001, the market had two violent short covering rallies then, although I know the market didn’t officially get going until March 2003.
My parents always went to rallies and demonstrated against certain things; my generation, we often have a political conscience, but we’re not that involved.
Ronald Reagan never did much to make abortion illegal. He did, however, deliver videotaped greetings, fulsome in praise for his hosts, to antiabortion rallies on the Mall.
I’m proud to say I was part of a movement in which we sang ‘All You Need Is Love’ at political rallies.
Even though I grew up and I didn’t always like getting dragged to the meetings or the rallies or the speeches, I developed a very strong respect for participating in a democratic process.
Young people are already leading on climate action. I see it at rallies to reject the Keystone XL dirty tar sands pipeline. I see it in the push to demand justice for communities being run over by fracking operations.
Donald Trump can take his message directly to the people via rallies and addresses carried over social media. I’d call them updated versions of Roosevelt’s fireside chats, but a portion of my younger readership doesn’t even know what a radio is thanks to a Democrat-run education system.
Rallies, marches on Washington, protests, et al. are pointless if there is no action to make them mean something.
What I never seem to understand about feminist-bashing conservative women is their inability to see how ironic it is that they attend political rallies, share their opinions, and cast their ballots when the America they’re nostalgic about wouldn’t allow them to do any of those things.
I’m going to be the kind of congressperson where I’m going to be at rallies with the people, fighting for justice and being present and showing them that they have a fighter and a champion in Congress with them and for them.
You can watch Chanel fashion shows and watch the news. Fortunately you don’t have to choose. I always vote, I go to rallies, but I also go to fashion shows.
During rallies, it’s always crucial to make Nadal cover the whole width of the court. He likes to camp out in his backhand corner, spearing that big off-forehand diagonally across the court. So the backhand down the line is a vital shot, because it moves Nadal out of his most favoured position.
People cutting across caste and communal lines like me. I go to north Karnataka, where people from all communities come to my meetings and rallies.
H. D. Kumaraswamy
Instead of debating whether or not Russia attempted to influence the 2016 elections – in ways that ranged from encouraging incorrect voting methods to promoting fake rallies to sharing false election stories – Americans should be debating how to counter this activity.
Millennials don’t go to rallies.
My aggression out there is my weapon. I think it’s more letting them know that I’m not going to let them get away with something, and I’m not just going to kind of poke it back and be content to stay in rallies.
Investment comes to a halt in a country where sit-ins and protest rallies lead to political chaos.
Ann Romney has been front-and-center. She’s held a lot of town halls, a lot of campaign rallies, on her own, separate from her husband. And she is dynamite out on the campaign trail.
Never boo or hiss at my rallies. That is for people with no hope.
I spoke at, I think, four of the Trump rallies that were in Florida, and these were not highly coordinated events. I would often learn of the program of one of these events just a day or so before the event itself. That seems to evidence the point that these were not people off colluding with Russia.
I went out on the road when I was 12 years old, playing with the Sullivan Family Gospel Singers. That was the summer of 1972. We played Pentecostal churches, camp meetings, George Wallace campaign rallies and bluegrass festivals. As a kid, I had grown up watching quartets that were very entertaining.
My father acted as the Illinois Branch president of the NAACP and so we spent a lot of time in the marches and the rallies working on behalf of people of color.
I never liked pep rallies. I found school spirit hard to deal with. I am much more oriented towards the individual.
I was very inspired by the videos of the crowds at the Palin rallies.
My friend and I sang an a cappella rendition of Extreme’s ‘More Than Words’ at one of our football pep rallies in a desperate attempt to look cool. For a while, I wore pink Converse All Stars because I thought it made me seem daring and irreverent.
I look at our sport as the same as tennis. Male and female tennis is very, very different. The men’s is more quick and powerful, and the women’s is more about finesse and has more rallies – and that’s the same with men’s and women’s football.
Net neutrality is a concept that the tech industry rallies around, but it is hypocrisy.
The elite cannot understand why President Trump is liked by so many Americans, nor why people flock to his rallies. Yet, it’s in part because they believe he ‘gets’ them. They believe he understands and, most importantly, respects their economic values and their dreams.
We need a president who doesn’t just visit our forgotten communities for rallies but one who lives in them – one who knows the pain and suffering that comes with being unseen and unheard.
I’ve found that when everyone rallies behind a cause, and when they learn their effort can contribute something bigger, they get engaged.
The Establishment on both the Left and the Right, who want to disenfranchise the millions of Republican voters who support Donald Trump, have blamed the staged riots near Trump rallies on Trump or on Bernie Sanders. That’s like blaming the Russians for the Reichstag Fire.
I supported Obama. I went to his rallies. I parted with my hard-earned money. There was a movement going on, and I was really thrilled with the idea of the first African-American president. I did the same for Mitt Romney. In both of those cases, I have never agreed with all of their policies.
I was doing a civil rights musical here in Los Angeles, and we sang at one of the rallies where Dr. Martin Luther King spoke, and I remember the thrill I felt when we were introduced to him. To have him shake your hand was an absolutely unforgettable experience.
In fact, I really didn’t get enthused about his Secretary of State race until I attended a couple of his rallies and found out there were a bunch of young folks that there were a bunch of young folks that he had been able to recruit on his own.
In place of presidential addresses, stump speeches, or town halls, we have Trump’s demagogic mass rallies. In place of the usual jousting between the administration and the press, we have a president who fantasizes on Twitter about physically assaulting CNN.
By the time I got to college in the ’90s, virtually every young woman I knew was on the pill. It was like a rite of passage, along with Doc Martens and Take Back the Night rallies.
Yet what you need is not marches, demonstrations, rallies or wide associations, all of them are important. What you need is direct action. The sooner people understand that, the sooner we’ll begin to change things.
I have addressed public meetings. I have done rallies and road shows. I have gone door-to-door for leaders like Kapil Sibal ji.
From the start, Trump’s rallies had the air of the tent revival, that same hot thrum of militant exorcism and ecstasy.
When I was a kid I went to Catholic school, and they used to drag us out to pro-life rallies and stuff full of crazy people.
I’m talking about their supporters, and Donald Trump’s support is coming from people who love Donald Trump, who unconditionally love Donald Trump to the point that they will risk their health and go to rallies with thousands of people.
There were a lot of anti-apartheid rallies and marches and concerts that we would go to as a family. And music was a big part of that. It was never just the politics.
Trump doesn’t force the networks to show his rallies live rather than do real reporting. Nor does he force anyone to accept his phone calls rather than demand that he do a face-to-face interview that would be a greater risk for him.
‘Uprising’ was requested by so many politicians in America for use in their rallies, and we turned them down on a regular basis.
Balls should be good for at least six sets, and for more for the average player. But if the rallies are long, they do not last as long as this. There is a fuzz on the surface that wears off on the hard court.
Helen Wills Moody
My life was taken up by road shows, election rallies and campaign speeches. I was clocking four to five hours of sleep every day.
On clay, you know that you have much longer rallies, and you must run for maybe two or three hours.
It was of limited usefulness to head great rallies. The government did not listen, and, soon enough, the tear gas and the muzzles of the guns were turned against the people. The justice of our cries went unrecognized.
The hardest-hit taxpayers in our disgraceful tax system are those folks who pack Trump’s rallies, especially in hard-hit Rust Belt states like Ohio and Michigan.
Many reporters have gone to Tea Party rallies looking for expressions of bigotry. What they have tended to find instead is a constitutional fundamentalism that argues that Washington has no right to tell individuals or states what to do.
Communicating a passionate response to world events is no longer limited to protests and rallies.
It is important to show up. Showing up at marches and rallies and town halls and protests.
As far Bikram Singh Majithia is concerned, let me reiterate what I have maintained all through, even during my election rallies. That my government will not indulge in any vendetta politics, but at the same time, anyone found guilty of any crime or misdemeanor will not be spared.
There are some programs on FOX that are not only fair and balanced, they’re commentary shows. They don’t have to be. But they brag about how fair and balanced they are. They don’t cover rallies and tea parties. They cheer lead for rallies and tea parties. And as a journalist, I am totally against that.