Words matter. These are the best Norman Braman Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
The country has had enough of the Clintons and the Bushes.
If an institution has not made it after 10 years, it shouldn’t be around anymore.
Who the hell is against breast cancer research?
We’ve been married for 60 years. We don’t buy anything anymore without being on the same page.
I don’t want to get into a Buddy Ryan-bashing contest. I respect Buddy Ryan.
I’ve learned that if you see something that’s incredible, move on it quickly.
I am offended by people who feel that they’re entitled to something just because of their last name.
Everybody runs for political office knocking somebody, and very few run on ‘This is what I stand for. This is what I believe will solve these problems.’
I am one who shows great respect and commends the Cuban people for having the guts to go over to Cuba to get Cubans out when they had the opportunity to do it. I think it’s a… shame that the Jews here in the United States in the 1930s didn’t do the same for other Jews who were also in trouble.
When my wife’s sister passed away, Bernie Madoff came to the funeral. That was the type of individual that we all thought he was – a very caring individual.
I went through a significant illness in 1991 and had some major surgery, and I made up my mind that I have to get my life in order, and the first thing that I would try to accomplish was to get out of the sports business.
We live in a democracy. We don’t have to tell the people how to vote.
A weak America poses a threat to the future of Israel.
Senator Rubio has always, always understood Israel as an important ally of the United States.
I don’t consider myself a fat cat. Don’t make me out to be a fat cat.
You have to invest. You can’t sit back.
What’s success all about? What’s philanthropy all about? Let’s think of our legacy, following in the footsteps of some great Americans like the Carnegies and the Mellons who used their wealth for quality purposes.
There’s more to life than the National Football League.
I’m against corporate welfare.
I think you can win in the NFL without being a ‘bad boy.’
There is a type of respect that we have for each other and a warm feeling that exists between dealers and collectors who have known each other for many years.
If you have the opportunity to have the best of the artist, then if you overpay, it doesn’t matter. Eventually, the market will reward you. If it raises the value of our collection, we go for it.
I have nothing against Jeb Bush personally.
We, in the business world, invest our money to make a profit. Sports teams make a good profit. That’s the way the system should work, not taxpayers forking over these dollars to for-profit enterprises.
It’s just not our style to put our names on the philanthropy we’ve done. It’s not in the Jewish tradition of tzedakah.