Zitat des Tages von John Catsimatidis:
America always recovers.
Grocery stores can't afford to pay $80 a square foot. At that rate, we are going out of business.
People tell me, 'You better lose weight if you want to run for mayor.' I said, 'I got the Chris Christie look.'
Nobody destroys people - people destroy themselves, and it's very, very sad.
One mentor I had taught me that people do what you inspect, not necessarily what you expect. In other words, if nobody is watching, there will be some slack off.
I am a real New Yorker... I didn't go to Harvard, I didn't go to Yale... I rooted for the Yankees; I didn't root for the Boston Red Sox.
I'm not ashamed of being successful. You know, they criticized Romney for being ashamed of it. I think we've got to inspire our kids that we shouldn't be ashamed to be successful.
I started in the supermarket business in the early '70s. And by '75, '76, I realized you don't have a business unless you own the real estate.
I believe that all people that are successful should pay back their cities, their states, their towns, our country.
New York never felt the recession. New York never felt a depression.
Americans like buying American vs. buying from Chavez or buying from the Middle East.
As mayor, I would support law enforcement, not knock it down.
What's worse than getting divorced?
I could be like Joe Kennedy and say, 'My kids are going to run for president!'
I was a Clinton Democrat for twenty years.
It seems everyone knows the value of a cantaloupe or a quart of milk.
It will be almost impossible for any other candidate to raise the money that the Clintons can raise.
My father died in '97. But at least he lived until 93, so he saw my success.
I'm a visionary. I'm not a maintenance person.
The media doesn't always reflect reality.
I grew up on 135th Street. I grew up on the poor side of New York. I grew up in Harlem.
Am I a Republican? Yes. Am I a Democrat? Yes. Am I a conservative? Yes. Am I a liberal? Yes.
I'm not a Johnny-come-lately Jew. I've been around. I watch out for the Jews; I watch out for the Catholics.
I think the rich should pay more in taxes - I agree with that 100 percent - but everybody should feel the pain a little bit.
While in my late teens and in my 20s, I worked seven days a week, 20 hours a day. I worked my tail off.