Quote by J. C. Watts
In 1989 when I switched from Democrat to Republican, with God as my witness, not one thing changed about what I believed about one man and one woman in a marriage or about diversity of color. That's a good thing.
This quote emphasizes consistency and the personal commitment of the speaker to their beliefs regarding marriage and diversity. It suggests that despite changing their political affiliation, their core values remained steadfast. The quote implies that having one's beliefs unchanged can be seen as positive, implying a sense of conviction and a continuity of principles.
When I play it I look out and see people hold on to each other and dance or just couples leaning into each other and kiss. And I'll go: 'You know, I could have worked hard at school and been a dentist. But I'm so glad I didn't.' Because when I look out and see that I feel like the Pied Piper of love.