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Moderates want their faith respected. They don't want faith itself criticized, and yet faith itself is what is bringing us all this - this lunacy.
This is a free country, and nobody should be criticized for their political beliefs. We're all allowed to have our opinions.
When you're young, you're always concerned about how you're being seen and how you're being criticized.
This nation was founded by rebels and revolutionaries, and its flags were carried across the battlefields by people who were very, very against the status quo and who questioned and criticized.
You have to be willing to accept the information, you have to be willing to work hard. You have to be motivated to go to practice with an open mind. You have to be willing to be criticized. Only you can do those things.
I wish I could give you all the examples over the last two years as secretary of agriculture, where I hear people in rural America constantly being criticized, without any expression of appreciation for what they do do.
No one likes to be criticized.
I've been criticized for not having perspective in the past and I thought that of myself many times but not there.
Over the years, Western governments have been criticized for working with foreign police who have proved abusive or corrupt.
I used to get criticized for putting food in novels.
Everybody who does anything for the public can be criticized. There's always someone who doesn't like it.
I was criticized at some level within the Republican Party by those who say government should not be in the economic development business at all. My response is that the only country I know that doesn't have an economic development plan is Papa New Guinea.
Jon Huntsman, Jr.
And I said, 'Why not? It's the truth! Why can't I say I'm a Beatles fan?' I used to get criticized for that.
I criticized the whole American songwriting industry and the pop side of it and I was bitter about it. And I stepped back and thought 'Why are you bitter? You can't just stand there like every other indie musician and criticize this so-called 'generic' music when you're not doing anything to challenge that.'
Marina and the Diamonds
Technologists provide tools that can improve people's lives. But I want to be clear that I don't think technology by itself improves people's lives, since often I'm criticized for being too pro-technology. Unless there's commensurate ethical and moral improvements to go along with it, it's for naught.
Some Democrats deserve to be criticized.
Everyone gets criticized.
I have been criticized rather strenuously by painters and sculptors for not incorporating their work in our buildings.
I don't mind being criticized. I enjoy being criticized personally, not by rumor.
The last man in the world who should have been criticized was the American soldier. They should have criticized me.
Miles Davis fully embraced possibilities and delved into it. He was criticized heavily from the jazz side. He was supposed to be part of a tradition, but he didn't consider himself part of a tradition.
The world is equally shocked at hearing Christianity criticized and seeing it practiced.
D. Elton Trueblood
I've never personally criticized anyone else's music, but I know that the public's real problem is not the music I make but the perception that I play simple music for money only and for the notoriety and to increase my popularity.
Somebody might get criticized for doing some movie that totally sucks, then turn around and be incredible. Every actor goes through that, not just musicians who act.
I think anybody that gives their opinion in a confident way everyday is going to be criticized.
People's sex habits are as well known in Hollywood as their political opinions, and much less criticized.
When 'The Thin Blue Line' came out, I was criticized by many people for using reenactments, as if I wasn't dedicated to the truth because I filmed these scenes. That always and still seems to be nonsensical.
The thing that's been inhibiting long-form investigative reporting is fear - fear of being sued, of being unpopular, of being criticized by very powerful groups.
Well, it's a badge of honour for any self-respecting poet to be criticized by Auberon Waugh. But in a lot of ways my poems are very conventional, and it's no big deal for me to write a poem in either free verse or strict form; modern poets can, and do, do both.
At times we were criticized for doing too much slapstick. I don't believe in mild comedy, and neither does Lucy.
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