16 Greatest Quotes About American Dream

The assumption that you everyone else is like you. That you are the world. The disease of consumer capitalism. The complacent solipsism. David Foster Wallace
Kill the body and the head will die. Hunter S. Thompson
the American nation today is infantile so much as adolescent—that is ambivalent in its twin desire for both authoritarian structure and the end of parental hegemony. David Foster Wallace
America is big enough to accommodate all their dreams. Barack Obama
The story of America is the story of an adventure that began with deep faith, big dreams and humble beginnings. Donald Trump
I look forward to an America which will not be afraid of grace and beauty. John F. Kennedy
We believe in the American Dream, not in the socialist nightmare. Donald Trump
The American dream is a crock. Stop wanting everything. Everyone should wear jeans and have three T-shirts, eat rice and beans. Bill Hicks
Part of the American dream is to live long and die young. Only those Americans who are willing to die for their country are fit to live. Douglas MacArthur
The American Dream starts with the neighborhoods. Harvey Milk
I really have the American dream licked. Ted Nugent
I'm in a weird band. We've done very well. The American Dream is alive and well. Gene Simmons
We need to remain a nation that doesn't just welcome but that celebrates legal immigrants who come here seeking to pursue the American Dream. Ted Cruz
The American dream has now morphed into an expectation. And if it isn't provided, or if it doesn't happen, then people feel cheated. Rush Limbaugh
The American Dream is a phrase we'll have to wrestle with all of our lives. It means a lot of things to different people. I think we're redefining it now. Rita Dove