I Don’t Give A Damn Quotes by Bob Higgins, Katharine Hepburn, Imelda Marcos, Harry S. Truman, Edward Abbey, Jessica Hahn and many others.
As a personal matter I don’t give a damn where mosques, churches, temples or other religious shrines and symbols are built as long as they don’t tear down decent saloons in the process.
I don’t give a damn about marriage. But I do care about honor.
The problem of the world today is the people talk on and on about democracy, freedom, justice. But I don’t give a damn about democracy if I am worried about survival.
I don’t give a damn about “The Missouri Waltz” but I can’t say it out loud because it’s the song of Missouri. It’s as bad as “The Star-Spangled Banner” so far as music is concerned.
My Aunt Ida at age eighty-three: ‘Yeah,’ she said, ‘I’ll be dead pretty soon. And frankly, I don’t give a damn.’
If he wants to blow his head off, let him. I don’t give a damn about Jim Bakker.
I don’t give a damn what the fans think cause, quite frankly, I know what the fans want better than they do.
Thanks to guys like Boss Tweed, famous for saying, ‘I don’t give a damn who does the voting, as long as I do the nominating,’ there hasn’t been an honest election in the USA since sometime around the War Between the States.
I don’t give a damn about any actors. What good will John Barrymore do you with the bases loaded and two down in a tight ball game. Either I get the money (more than Barrymore), or I don’t play!
I don’t give a damn for a man that can only spell a word one way.
I go about the world, hand outstretched, and in the stadiums I plead: ‘A pretty move, for the love of God.’ And when good soccer happens, I give thanks for the miracle and I don’t give a damn which team or country performs it.
People can portray me anyway they want because I donвЂ™t give a damnвЂ¦ But donвЂ™t you analyze me and donвЂ™t you tell me what I am until you get close enough to understand what I am. Then you can make an analysis of me. But donвЂ™t you dare do it until then.
Every console, I don’t give a damn if it’s analog or digital-hell, every mixing situation today-is the brainchild of Bill Putnam.
For all my desire to be interesting, I have to confess that for most things and people I don’t give a damn.