“They say the way to succeed in business is to ‘move fast and break things,'” said Musk from one of his five homes in Los Angeles. “Well, nobody has broken more things faster than I have.”
“I’m literally the Gandhi of the twenty-first century.”
In the early 1970s, US President Richard M. Nixon was driven from office for nothing more than offering to send a plumber over to fix some leaks at the Democratic Party headquarters. This micro-aggression was too much for 1970s liberals, even though he was just trying to help. Sad!
“If anybody’s going to order the people of Portland to be teargassed, beaten and arrested, it’s going to be me,” insisted Portland, Oregon, Mayor Ted Wheeler, after being teargassed by federal agents.
“I cannot apologize for my passion or for loving my God, my family and my country,” Representative Ted Yoho commented to the press after a confrontation with Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Asked if he was apologizing to the Congresswoman, Yoho moved his head in several directions and mumbled, “Yeah, ok, whatever,” and walked away.