65 Bail Quotes On Success In Life

These Bail quotes will inspire you. Bail, the temporary release of an accused person awaiting trial, sometimes on condition that a sum of money is lodged to guarantee their appearance in court.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging Bail quotes, Bail sayings, and Bail proverbs.

Best Bail Quotes

  1. “I don’t like jail, they got the wrong kind of bars in there.” ~ Charles Bukowski
  2. “A man of courage never needs weapons, but he may need bail.” ~ Lewis Mumford
  3. “When you’re in jail, a good friend will be trying to bail you out. A best friend will be in the cell next to you saying, ‘Damn, that was fun.'” ~ Groucho Marx
  4. “The person who reads can bail, but the person who doesn’t fails.” ~ Gary Paulsen
  5. “The trick is to keep exploring and not bail out, even when we find out that something is not what we thought.” ~ Pema Chodron

  6. “Death’s a debt; his mandamus binds all alike- no bail, no demurrer.” ~ Richard Brinsley Sheridan
  7. “My father once told me of a trick question he used in a college class on forest fire control. If there was a fire coming from a certain direction and wind was coming from another, what was the best thing to do? The right answer was, “Run like hell and pray for rain,” but few students ever got it. So allow yourself the freedom of knowing there are times to bail out, quit, run, leave the struggle, and have more time for joy.” ~ Charlotte Sophia Kasl
  8. “But marriage goes in waves. You’ve got to be patient. People bail and give up on their marriages way too early. They just don’t put the work and the effort into it. You’ve got to suck up your ego a lot of times, because that can be a big downfall.” ~ Anna Benson
  9. “I mean, the reality is unemployment today – over 14 million Americans are unemployed. That’s exactly what it was a year ago. I mean, this – the American people know we can’t borrow and spend and bail our way back to a growing economy.” ~ Mike Pence
  10. “If you bail out every investment bank that gets in trouble, that’s not capitalism, that’s socialism for the rich” ~ Jim Rogers

  11. “It had long been true, and prisoners knew this better than anyone, that the poorer you were the more likely you were to end up in jail. This was not just because the poor committed more crimes. In fact, they did. The rich did not have to commit crimes to get what they wanted; the laws were on their side. But when the rich did commit crimes, they often were not prosecuted, and if they were they could get out on bail, hire clever lawyers, get better treatment from judges. Somehow, the jails ended up full of poor black people.” ~ Howard Zinn
  12. “There’s a black man inside of me just trying to make bail.” ~ Brad Garrett
  13. “His blue-black hair fell over his face when he moved, like tiny arrows pointing to pronounced cheeckbones. “Starting to think you were going to bail on me.” “Didn’t know you were expecting me,” she said in what she hoped was a casual voice. He gets sexier every day. “Not Expecting, but hoping. Always hoping” ~ Melissa Marr
  14. “The reason that the unions and the other stakeholders have not cut a deal with the automakers is because they believe the federal government is going to bail them out.” ~ Tim Pawlenty
  15. “I could as easily bail out the Potomac River with a teaspoon as attend to all the details of the army.” ~ Abraham Lincoln

  16. “If you ever feel so happy you land in jail, I’m your bail.” ~ Cole Porter
  17. “Let no man think we can deny civil liberty to others and retain it for ourselves. When zealous agents of the Government arrest suspected “radicals” without warrant, hold them without prompt trial, deny them access to counsel and admission of bail….we have shorn the Bill of Rights of its sanctity.” ~ Robert M. La Follette, Sr.
  18. “In 1848, Thoreau went to jail for refusing, as a protest against the Mexican war, to pay his poll tax. When RW Emerson came to bail him out, Emerson said, ‘Henry, what are you doing in there?’ Thoreau quietly replied, ‘Ralph, what are you doing out there?'” ~ Henry David Thoreau
  19. “Don’t let your thoughts run away with you, don’t start planning to bail out because you’re worried about the future and how much you can take. Don’t look ahead to the pain. Just get through the day.” ~ Marcus Luttrell
  20. “They’re not supposed to show prison films in prison. Especially ones that are about escaping.” ~ Steve Buscemi

  21. “I heard governor Romney here called me an economic lightweight because I wasn’t a Wall Street financier like he was. Do you really believe this country wants to elect a Wall Street financier as the president of the United States? Do you think that’s the experience that we need? Someone who’s going to take and look after as he did his friends on Wall Street and bail them out at the expense of Main Street America.” ~ Rick Santorum
  22. “The jobs that have come back have been extremely insecure low-wage benefit poor temporary jobs. Young people are screwed. They don’t have a way to pay off their debt. And when they discover that they could come out and vote Green to cancel that debt, that I am the one candidate who will bail out the students like we bailed out the crooks on Wall Street, then it becomes an irresistible motivation to actually come out and vote Green.” ~ Jill Stein
  23. “During the air war of 1944, a four-man combat crew on a B-17 bomber took a vow to never abandon one another no matter how desperate the situation. The aircraft was hit by flak during a mission and went into a terminal dive, and the pilot ordered everyone to bail out. The top turret gunner obeyed the order, but the ball turret gunner discovered that a piece of flak had jammed his turret and he could not get out. The other three men in his pact could have bailed out with the parachutes, but they stayed with him until the plan hit the ground and exploded. They all died.” ~ Sebastian Junger
  24. “Goldman Sachs was fundamentally responsible for the crash of 2008, but by that time its former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Henry ‘Hank’ Paulson, had been installed as US Treasury Secretary to begin the bank bail out policy, with enormous benefit to Goldman Sachs, in the closing weeks of the Bush administration. Goldman Sachs was also instrumental in the collapse of the economy in Greece that started the ‘euro panic’ that later engulfed Ireland.” ~ David Icke
  25. “Don’t bail; the best pieces of gold are at the bottom of the barrel of crap.” ~ Randy Pausch

  26. “Joke number 1, I have a bit of a problem with jokes, bit of a handicap for a comedian obviously, um, I tend to bail out of the joke, I lose commitment in it, I’ll give you an example: Three blokes go into a pub. One of them is a little bit stupid and the whole scene unfolds with a tedious inevitability.” ~ Bill Bailey
  27. “I can’t bail out on Cary,” I said apologetically, turning to face him. “Chicks before dicks and all that.” ~ Sylvia Day
  28. “If somebody harbours delusions, I think that should disqualify them from office, regardless whether the delusions are religious. Letting someone who thinks the god Jehovah will bail him out serve in public office is like letting a man who believes in Santa Claus run a Toys ‘R Us.
    The great enemy of the truth is very often not the lie – deliberate, contrived and dishonest, but the myth, persistent, persuasive, and unrealistic. Belief in myths allows the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought.” ~ John F. Kennedy
  29. “If you don’t make a total commitment to whatever you are doing, then you start looking to bail out the first time the boat starts leaking.” ~ Lou Holtz
  30. “when times are tough, the weak bail and the tough get creative.” ~ Kelley Armstrong

  31. “On one level, going bust didn’t bother me. It was the 80s, and there wasn’t the stigma about bankruptcy that you might think. My mates weren’t bothered. My dad was in business.. he knew that it happened, too. He loaned me the money to bail me out, and I got a loan from the bank to pay him back.” ~ Simon Cowell
  32. “One hundred percent of the time, no plea bargain, no bail, you’re going to the penitentiary – that will change the atmosphere in this culture of violence the president talks about.” ~ Wayne LaPierre
  33. “Africa does not have an uncle abroad who will come to bail it out of its political and economic woes. It is important that African countries wake up and pool whatever resources they have and jointly deal elements pulling our continent down a death blow.” ~ Bernard Membe
  34. “One of my younger homies, he went to jail, and some people came to me and were like, “Bail him out,” and I said no. Why would I bail him out? He’s going to prison. Let him sit and get some time served. You want to be crazy, but you don’t want to go to jail. You want to shoot people, but you don’t want to kill people. That’s such a misleading thing.” ~ Vince Staples
  35. “Don’t do drugs because if you do drugs you’ll go to prison, and drugs are really expensive in prison.” ~ John Hardwick

  36. “Ninety percent of the coaches in the NBA are guards, and there arent very many big men people coaching, I happen to be one of them and when I coached, everybody on my team, including the guards, had a hook shot, so that it was their bail out shot.” ~ Tom Heinsohn
  37. “Many politicians and pundits claim that the credit crunch and high mortgage foreclosure rate is an example of market failure and want government to step in to bail out creditors and borrowers at the expense of taxpayers who prudently managed their affairs. These financial problems are not market failures but government failure. … The credit crunch and foreclosure problems are failures of government policy.” ~ Walter E. Williams
  38. “Hell no / I ain’t going to go / Clean out my cell / And take my tail / To jail / Without bail / Because it’s better there eating / Watching television fed / Than in Vietnam with your white folks dead.” ~ Muhammad Ali
  39. “If bankers can push the loans and make more profits for the bank, they get paid higher bonuses. They often also get stock options. If the bank goes under, they get to keep all of these salaries and options – and the government will bail out the bank. These guys will take their money and run, which is pretty much what they’re doing now.” ~ Michael Hudson
  40. “Science chases money, and money chases its tail, and the best minds of my generation cannot make bail.” ~ Ani DiFranco

  41. “Playing with Aaron Rodgers, every time I went into a game you always felt like no matter what happens, he was going to bail you out somehow. He was that kind of guy. He was one of the three or four guys you have in the league right now that no matter where you are or what’s going on in the game, you have a chance with him.” ~ Charles Woodson
  42. “If we didn’t have greed, market economies wouldn’t be as innovative as they are. But in my view, greed has to be contained by the fear of losses, so there has to be a system where, if you take too much risk, you go into bankruptcy. You don’t systematically bail out people who take excessive risks.” ~ Nouriel Roubini
  43. “QE and other aspects of Fed policy increased inequality pretty significantly. This is reinforced if you take into account all the other non-standard measures the Fed used to bail out the banks early on in the [2008] crisis.” ~ Gerald Epstein
  44. “The fact is in a city like Chicago, for example, unemployment in the black community is around 20 percent for adults, 35 percent for youth, they bail out the banks, public schools, there is a deep divide. We need a plan for reconstruction and redevelopment and I hope that – police are the gatekeepers but behind that gate are these problems of disparities and injustice.” ~ Jesse Jackson
  45. “We need to think deeply about whether we can sustain banks that are not only too big to fail, but potentially too big to bail.” ~ George Osborne

  46. “Shortly before my arrest, my girlfriend at the time, who’s now my wife of ten years, told me she was quitting drugs and going to church. I went with her once but that was it. After the arrest, I didn’t know what I was going to do. She told me to trust in God but I mean, I was looking at ten years and was like, “God? I’m not dying, I need a lawyer. I need bail.”” ~ Christian Hosoi
  47. “I want to say something, and it may sound harsh, not to you, but to the American people. In a sense, in my view, the business model of Wall Street is fraud. It’s fraud. I believe that corruption is rampant, and the fact that major bank after major bank has reached multi billion dollar settlements with the United States government when we have a weak regulator system tells me that not only did we have to bail them out once, if we don’t start breaking them up, we’re going to have to bail them out again, and I do not want to see that happen.” ~ Bernie Sanders
  48. “It was cool to me, as a fan of the comics, to see some of the villains that end up finding them there, and the way that they abuse Coulson before the superheroes come. I’m always, in the movies or in the animated series, getting into trouble that a superhero has to bail me out of.” ~ Clark Gregg
  49. “But in the financial markets, without proper institutional rules, there’s the law of the jungle – because there’s greed! There’s nothing wrong with greed, per se. It’s not that people are more greedy now than they were 20 years ago. But greed has to be tempered, first, by fear of losses. So if you bail people out, there’s less fear. And second, b prudential regulation and supervision to avoid certain excesses.” ~ Nouriel Roubini
  50. “”God save our gracious Queen”: Why would we invoke a non-specific deity to bail out these unelected spongers?” ~ Bill Bailey

  51. “Monetary reform, if it is to be genuine and successful, must sever money and banking from politics. That’s why a modern gold standard must have: no central bank; no fixed rations between gold and silver; no bail-outs; no suspension of gold payments or other bank frauds; no monetization of debt; and no inflation of the money supply, all of which have proved so disastrous in the past.” ~ Lawrence Reed
  52. “‘ve had good friends who got married after they’ve been together for years and they’ve said that it was the “next step” for them. Or, they’ve said, “You just can’t bail out anymore.” And I’ve wondered, What made you think you could just bail out before [the wedding]? You don’t invest that kind of time and energy with somebody and then just go, “All right, see you later.”” ~ Charlize Theron
  53. “As a Republican, I voted with President Clinton consistently in our efforts to bail out our European friends in Kosovo to stop genocide. I am proud of those votes. I am proud of President Clinton for that.” ~ Gordon Smith
  54. “In other words, RBS had its origins in a failed speculation, a bail-out, and a financial crash so big it helped destroy Scotland’s status as a separate nation.” ~ John Lanchester
  55. “Divorce is marital welfare.It’s just couples asking society to bail them out because they didn’t do enough research before they got married.” ~ Stephen Colbert

  56. “You know what my drink is? Jack Daniel’s. Yes, that is a wild man drink. That should come with bail money, you know what I’m saying? Because on Jack, you don’t know where you’re going to end up, but you know when you get there, you won’t be wearing any pants.” ~ Dave Attell
  57. “The banks lobbied Washington so they could write the rules that got us into this crisis. They then lobbied Washington to get the money to bail them out. And then they are lobbying Washington to write the rules so they can get us into the next crisis. It’s perfect circularity.” ~ Elizabeth Warren
  58. “There’s always a moment in any stand-up show I do where people are booing. They kinda boo a premise. And then I bail myself out with a joke. But it’s like trying to do movies where there’s a dramatic undertone.” ~ Chris Rock
  59. “Even when I did my Broadway show, I did 15 minutes no one had seen before, because that was the night that Michael Jackson protested about Al Sharpton bailing on him. I said, “Wow, if that man bails on you, this must be really a lost cause.”” ~ Robin Williams
  60. “It was like trying to bail out an ocean of water with a teaspoon.” ~ Jodi Picoult

  61. “If you can delude yourself by believing that there is some kind of Santa Claus out there who is going to bail you out in the end, then it will help you get through. Even if you are proven wrong in the end, you would have had a better life than a non-believer.” ~ Woody Allen
  62. “We’re still promoting stupid wasteful behavior in agribusiness – everything from ethanol production for cars to genetically modified crops. In commerce just about everything we do politically is in the service of WalMart and the systems tied to it. In transportation, we could, for instance, have compelled General Motors to produce railroad rolling stock as a condition of their bail-out, but we didn’t do that. Instead, we’re chasing the phantom of electric cars – and, believe me, we are going to be mortally disappointed how that works out.” ~ James Howard Kunstler
  63. “If you’re male and you’re Christian and living in America, your father is your model for God. And if you never know your father, if your father bails out or dies or is never at home, what do you believe about God?” ~ Chuck Palahniuk
  64. “I passionately disagreed with Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson’s plan to bail out the banks by using a public fund called the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) to help banks take toxic assets off their balance sheets. I argued that it would be much better to put the money where the hole was and replenish the equity of the banks themselves.” ~ George Soros
  65. “What you have to understand, is your father was your model for God. If you’re male and you’re Christian and living in America, your father is your model for God. And if you never know your father, if your father bails out or dies or is never at home, what do you believe about God? What you end up doing is you spend your life searching for a father and God. What you have to consider is the possibility that God doesn’t like you. Could be, God hates us. This is not the worst thing that can happen.” ~ Chuck Palahniuk

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