Liberty Stands Still (2002)
Joe: Tiananmen Square boiled down to one man standing in front of a tank, that couldn't move or shoot, because human dignity was stronger than steel or bullets. It changed a nation.
Joe: The one thing, that guarantees our freedom and independence, is responsibility. We lost that somewhere between Vietnam and presidential blowjobs.
Liberty Wallace: My great-great grandfather, he designed the gun that changed the outcome of the Civil War.
Bill Tollman: So, you want me to use my influence as a journalist to debate the right to bear arms with you, because you've got a gun pointed at me?
Joe: Many of the fathers of the constitution had slaves, but they wrote a document about freedom. Go figure! So you see, things are meant to change; we're all grown up now.
Liberty Wallace: [on phone] I'm not wearing any underwear, and you going to be able to concentrate?
Russell Williams: Not if you're aren't here.
Liberty Wallace: [laughs] I'm on my way.
Liberty Wallace: [seeing bomb] I take it your have political affiliations.
Joe: No, that's the problem, I need yours.