There is violence in real life but I would never impose violence in a film just to attract the audience.
Theater represents to me this phenomenon in juxtaposition to real life, where there are all these imposed guidelines.
My parents told us how they felt but never imposed their beliefs on us, although I appreciate I got a healthy sense of democracy from them.
If the United States has to accept the U.N. resolutions, we have to generalize it across the board. We can't just pick and choose where we impose and accept the U.N. resolution and don't accept them. U.N. Resolution 242 is very clear and states very clearly that Israel has to go back to the borders of the pre-war of 1967.
The income tax is a twentieth-century socialist experiment that has failed. Before the income tax was imposed on us just 80 years ago, government had no claim to our income. Only sales, excise, and tariff taxes were allowed.
Market forces impose certain rules before a film can actually get made.
Obamacare imposed an unprecedented level of regulation and standardization on individual-market health insurance all across America. This has left many consumers in an intolerable predicament - in some cases, having to spend up to a third or even half of their income on premiums and deductibles before insurance kicks in.
Whenever I am called upon to play, I always try to give my best and make sure that I can impose myself on the game.
Composers today get a TV script on Friday and have to record on Tuesday. It's just dreadful to impose on gifted talent and expect decent music under these conditions.
Democrats are a big-tent party. You know, I'm not trying to impose an ideology on all, you know, several hundred members of Congress.