"I never saw Sarah again. I think I've managed to help some people in Congress -- do some good. Less than I'd have liked, but more than I feared. To this day I still don't know if Sarah was real that night or just a product of my broken heart. But Sarah, if you are alive, and it was you that night, here for one last moment of sweetness before going back out to try and make things better in the world... I can only say, keep fighting. God be with you. I love you. And if it wasn't really you -- if your visit was only the you that still lives in my heart, the you that never gave up, that taught me what being brave was all about -- if it was only the you that I will carry with me, in my soul, until the day I die... I can only say, keep fighting. And God be with you. I love you."
I am so sick of having to apologize for being an American.
Father Stephen Mileski:
Uh, God, I'm so sorry. Yes, North American. But I can't help noticing that when people run to freedom they tend to wash up on North American shores. This country is till the best that we've been able to do in the whole f***ing history of the planet
Remember what Sarah used to say? Sarah Williams. You do remember Sarah, son't you?
Go f*** yourself.
I know you do. She'd see some junkie on the street and people just waling by, nobody even noticing, but she'd see him and she'd say, "How do you know that's not Jesus?"