About Roger Stone:
Roger J. Stone, Jr. is an American political consultant, lobbyist and strategist, noted for his use of opposition research, usually for candidates of the Republican Party. He is currently a member of the Libertarian Party.
Politics with me isn't theater. It's performance art. Sometimes, for its own sake.
I am a Reagan Republican.
Let's be very clear, if you check the F.E.C. records you will see I am supporting George W. Bush.
I get blamed for things I have nothing to do with.
Nobody ever built a statue to a committee.
If you have to drag somebody to register, they're not highly motivated.
Big brother listening in on your phone calls - I got a problem with that.
Of course a lot of the journalists hated Nixon, but they were always blown away by how smart he was.
The reason I'm a Nixonite is because of his indestructibility and resilience. He never quit.
I'm a total Republican, but I've never claimed to be a Christian-right conservative. They're a large but dwindling part of the Party.
I remember going through the cafeteria line and telling every kid that Nixon was in favor of school on Saturdays. It was my first political trick.
I never owned a pair of blue jeans until I met my second wife.
If you're not controversial, you'll never break through the din of all the commentary.
The general election is not an organizational exercise - it's a mass media exercise.
I am a Libertarian Republican in the Goldwater style.
Obviously a candidate has to be held responsible for the words that come out of his mouth, regardless of where they came from.
Those who are outraged will vote.
Young Republicans are a very, very important constituency. Along with little old ladies, they provide the foot soldiers for the Republican Party.
You can't be the candidate and the campaign manager.
I oppose the spending of trillions in Iraq and Afghanistan, I strongly oppose Islamic extremism but don't believe that sending troops to die in two unwinnable wars makes sense.