- “My fellow Americans…there has been some talk that the government is overstepping its bounds by allowing police to enter peoples’ homes without the warrants traditionally required by the Constitution. However, these are dangerous times and dangerous times require appropriate actions. I have in my office thousands of letters from people who let me know, in no uncertain terms, that they heartily endorse the war against crime in these United States. Because of this overwhelming approval, it is evident that the police are doing the right thing.”
- “I read the other day that most people really like the new gun control laws. I was sort of suspicious of them, but I guess if most people like them, then they must be okay.”
- The president of the sorority assures her that there is nothing wrong with the rules, since the majority of the sisters like them. Jane aceita esta decisão, mas Jill decide deixar a fraternidade. Jane accepts this ruling but Jill decides to leave the sorority.