Quotes by: G. Gordon Liddy
|G. Gordon Liddy
Liddy in 2004
||George Gordon Battle Liddy
November 30, 1930
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
||Army officer, lawyer, FBI agent, politician, radio personality, actor, writer
||Conspiracy, burglary, illegal wiretapping
||20-year imprisonment, later commuted to 8 years by President Jimmy Carter
||Released when parole came up after 4.5 years in prison
||Frances Purcell (1957–2010; her death); 5 children
||Alexandra Bourne (née Liddy)
Commander James Gordon Liddy
Col. Raymond Joseph Liddy
Maria Liddy (née Abbaticchio)
The press is like the peculiar uncle you keep in the attic - just one of those unfortunate things.
Yes, I believe the will is very important. It's how I have succeeded in life.
I was afraid of just about everything in this world, with the possible exception of my mother and I wasn't too sure about her.
You get rid of the fear of death by understanding that it is an integral fact of our existence. You do that through will and reason.
Take, for example, the African jungle, the home of the cheetah. On whom does the cheetah prey? The old, the sick, the wounded, the weak, the very young, but never the strong. Lesson: If you would not be prey, you had better be strong.
The official version of Watergate is as wrong as a Flat Earth Society pamphlet.
If I can go from burglar for the government to talk show host, you can go from entertainer to congressman.
Environmentalism is a form of pagan fundamentalism. These green wackos are fanatics like al-Quaida. Just like them.
They were afraid, never having learned what I taught myself: Defeat the fear of death and welcome the death of fear.