It's politics .. . It makes everybody stupid. When you grow up, you'll know what I mean.

Pat Conroy
It's politics .. . It makes everybody stupid. When you...
It's politics .. . It makes everybody stupid. When you...
It's politics .. . It makes everybody stupid. When you...
It's politics .. . It makes everybody stupid. When you...
About This Quote

Mr. Spock is a fictional character from the Star Trek franchise. He is an android, a member of a race of humanoid robots from the planet Vulcan. In the original series, he was the first officer of the USS Enterprise and later captain of its sister ship, the Enterprise-B.

In Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country , he was depicted as being over 200 years old, which makes him politically senescent. This quote is too true. I believe that we should keep our political opinions to ourselves and not let them turn us into stupid people.

Source: Beach Music

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  4. What people want, mainly, is to be told by some plausible authority that what they are already doing is right. I don't know know of a quicker way to become unpopular than to disagree. - John Brunner

  5. A people religiously right, will not long remain politically wrong. - William Arnot

More Quotes By Pat Conroy
  1. I wanted to become the seeker, the aroused and passionate explorer, and it was better to go at it knowing nothing at all, always choosing the unmarked bottle, always choosing your own unproven method, armed with nothing but faith and a belief in astonishment.

  2. I’ve never had anyone’s approval, so I’ve learned to live without it.

  3. It did not look like the work of God, but it might have represented the handicraft of a God with a joyous sense of humor, a dancing God who loved mischief as much as prayer, and playfulness as much as mischief.

  4. The tide was a poem that only time could create, and I watched it stream and brim and makes its steady dash homeward, to the ocean.

  5. Happiness is an accident of nature, a beautiful and flawless aberration.

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