Words matter. These are the best Uninformed Quotes from famous people such as Raghuram Rajan, Eugene Jarecki, Josh Widdicombe, Brian Lamb, Anthony Kennedy, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
We should make sure that unscrupulous schools do not prey on uninformed students, leaving them with high debt and useless degrees.
It was widespread that the politics of Tea Party people would be foreign to Ronald Reagan and they would be seen by him as frivolous and uninformed.
I’d had a variety of jobs – shop assistant, writer of children’s magazines – but had found myself, funnily enough, as quite an uninformed sports journalist so I might have stuck with that, but I would never have been very good at it.
More than anything else, we need in this society the opportunity for people to tell us what they think without being told that they’re either dumb, or stupid, or uninformed.
The remedy for speech that is false is speech that is true. This is the ordinary course in a free society. The response to the unreasoned is the rational; to the uninformed, the enlightened; to the straight-out lie, the simple truth.
Nothing annoys me more than uninformed people not considering the effects of what they say.
Last summer when we were preparing for the movie, I actually kind of wanted to stay fairly uninformed about it. As we went through the process that we do in the movie, I wanted to be a little wide-eyed.
It is precisely the purpose of the public opinion generated by the press to make the public incapable of judging, to insinuate into it the attitude of someone irresponsible, uninformed.
I’m 53. I don’t care about high school students. I find them irritating and uninformed.
I know that drummers tend to be the butt of a thousand jokes, usually from the uninformed and untalented, but I always felt I had an important role.
The next time a news outlet complains about the state of our political rhetoric or the uninformed U.S. voter, we should promptly point them to the video of Ashley Parker raucous in a Polish cemetery or Philip Rucker’s diatribes on party invitations.
Quite frankly, having an uninformed populace works extremely well, particularly when you have a media that doesn’t understand its responsibility and feels more like it’s an arm of a political party. They can really take advantage of an uninformed populace.
While the Internet has allowed for some extraordinary progress in creating conversations about diversity, it also allows uninformed comments that one has made in the past to live forever.
Come prepared because you don’t want to dilute the votes out there because you are uninformed and you’re spoon-fed something that’s inaccurate, or you don’t even bother to equip yourself with the facts – anybody out there, this goes for everyone.
If bloggers are to improve our public discourse – helping busy and usually uninformed people make sense of the world – it is necessary to use some sort of standard with which to judge their reliability. Perhaps the answer (strictly advisory) is a body of their peers. Perhaps not.