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Patti Davis

  • [On her father, Ronald Reagan:] How do you argue with someone who states that the people who are sleeping on the grates of the streets of America 'are homeless by choice'?

    • Patti Davis,
    • in Newsweek ()
  • Alzheimer's disease locks all the doors and exits. There is no reprieve, no escape.

  • ... it ultimately doesn't matter which disease gnaws away at the body — it looks the same. The flesh surrenders, grows exhausted, and the eyes ask why.

Patti Davis, U.S. actor, writer

(1952)