Once to every person and nation come the moment to decide. In the conflict of truth with falsehood, for the good or evil side.
In Greece wise men speak and fools decide.
A gentleman opposed to their enfranchisement once said to me, women have never produced anything of any value to the world. I told him the chief product of the women had been the men, and left it to him to decide whether the product was of any value.
TV broadcasting is owned, in the sense that governments around the world have asserted power over the airwaves that permeate their territories, deciding who can use what bandwidth and why – and those with licenses then, with exceptions determined by regulators, decide what to broadcast.
I still feel Mormon. Those men in Salt Lake City can’t decide who’s Mormon and who isn’t.
Every man must decide whether he will walk in the light of creative altruism or in the darkness of destructive selfishness.
We’ve also seen another future we could choose. First of all, we’d have the right to choose. It’s an America in which no one can charge us more than men for the exact same health insurance; in which no one can deny us affordable access to the cancer screenings that could save our lives; in which we decide when to start our families.
I don’t decide to represent anything except myself. But that self is full of collective memory.
You will be pleased to know I stand obediently for the national anthem, though of course I would defend your right to remain seated should you so decide.
The jury consist of twelve persons chosen to decide who has the better lawyer.