Mort Sahl - Quotes

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My life needs editing.

My life needs editing.

Liberals feel unworthy of their possessions. Conservatives feel they deserve everything they've stolen. ---->>>

Reagan won because he ran against Jimmy Carter. If he ran unopposed he would have lost. ---->>>

Washington couldn't tell a lie, Nixon couldn't tell the truth, and Reagan couldn't tell the difference. ---->>>

A conservative is someone who believes in reform. But not now. ---->>>

People tell me there are a lot of guys like me, which doesn't explain why I'm lonely. ---->>>

I didn't think that anything is beyond humor - not profane humor, but a good, honest approach to humor.

I didn't think that anything is beyond humor - not profane humor, but a good, honest approach to humor.

I used to go to two movies every week for the Saturday matinee when I was a kid. ---->>>

Professional comedians, surprisingly, have a lack of humor. They're insensitive to the insanity of our times.

Professional comedians, surprisingly, have a lack of humor. They're insensitive to the insanity of our times.

I never met a man I didn't like until I met Will Rogers. ---->>>

If you were the only person left on the planet, I would have to attack you. That's my job. ---->>>

When people write comedy from neutrality, it just gets kind of silly. ---->>>

I'm a radical, and I always have been. ---->>>

Biography

Name: Mort Sahl
Nationality: Canadian
Born: 05-11, 1927
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Occupation: Comedian

Morton Lyon "Mort" Sahl (born May 11, 1927) is a Canadian-born American comedian and social satirist, considered by filmmaker Robert B. Weide to be the first modern stand-up comedian since Will Rogers, a humorist in the early 20th century. Sahl pioneered a style of social satire which pokes fun at political and current event topics using improvised monologues and only a newspaper as a prop (wikipedia)