A few of my favorite Ross Perot quotations:
Trying to get a bill passed through Congress is like sending ice cream through the mail: you start out with good intentions, but all you end up with is mush.
Trying to get a bill passed through Congress is like leading a camel through the eye of a needle: you gotta push, you gotta pull, you gotta push, you gotta pull, you gotta push, you gotta pull, and eventually you get stuck.
The Federal deficit is like a leaky faucet: it goes drip-drip-drip--drip-drip, but before you know it, you're fly fishing in your living room.
You can lead a horse to water, but that don't make it a duck. Horses, ducks. It's that simple.
You can take your boots dry out of the oven and pour on gravy, but that don't make them biscuits. It's that simple: education has got to improve standardized test scores.
No, I am not a Perotista or even a PerotHead, however these quotations were dispensed as wisdom on my answering machine my sophomore year of college.