Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best George Wallace Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
My one wish before I die is to talk to Bremer. I want to find out who he did it for. He did it for somebody else.
I am going to give the moral support of the presidency to the police and firemen.
If any demonstrator ever lays down in front of my car, it’ll be the last car he’ll ever lay down in front of.
As I have said before, that Federal Penal Code could never have been enacted into law if we had had a responsible press who was willing to tell the American people the truth about what it actually provides. Nor would we have had a bill had it not been for the United States Supreme Court.
We must not be misled by left-wing incompetent news media that, day after day, feed us a diet of fantasy telling us we are bigots, racists and hate-mongers.
The court today, just as in 1776, is deaf to the voices of the people and their repeated entreaties: they have become arrogant, contemptuous, highhanded, and literal despots.
I’m the lamest lame duck there could be.
It’s good that segregation is over.
Segregation now, segregation tomorrow and segregation forever!
Sure, I look like a white man. But my heart is as black as anyone’s here.
Tell the people… please, tell the people of Alabama that I love them. Tell them I’m suffering a lot, but I love them.
Why does the Air Force need expensive new bombers? Have the people we’ve been bombing over the years been complaining?
I did nothing worse than Lyndon Johnson. He was for segregation when he thought he had to be. I was for segregation, and I was wrong. The media has rehabilitated Johnson; why won’t it rehabilitate me?
I don’t support white supremacy. I’m the one who made them take ‘white supremacy’ off the roster that was the symbol of the Democratic Party in this state.
Look at all the buses now that want exact change, exact change. I figure if I give them exact change, they should take me exactly where I want to go.
I love black people, I love white people, I love yellow people.
It’s a sad day in this country when you can’t talk about law and order unless they want to call you a racist.
When I first ran for governor… I had to stand up for segregation or be defeated, but I never insulted black people by calling them inferior.
Since my accident I am a little more mindful of the suffering of other people.
I am not about to be a party to anything having to do with the law that is going to destroy individual freedom and liberty in this country.