35 Quotes About Misleading Someone

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There are many aspects to life that can leave you feeling lost and faced by a fork in the road. These quotes about misleading someone show the essence of what it takes to decipher truth from fiction.

“Always mystify, mislead and surprise the enemy if possible.”

“Blinding ignorance does mislead us. O! Wretched mortals, open your eyes!”

“Don’t ever play with someone’s feelings, you could win the game but you could lose that person forever.”

“Don’t try to be the missing key in my life, and I won’t be the unmatched lock, that doesn’t let you in.”

“Giving the same value to fiction as to fact in the interest of so-called fairness is to mislead the American people and the press has become party to that.”

“Headlines, in a way, are what mislead you because bad news is a headline, and gradual improvement is not.”

“However, don’t let these statistics mislead you, gang violence is not limited to California and or big urban areas – that might have been true a while ago but it is no longer the case today.”

“I feel character description from a book can mislead you and actually make you fall off course when you’re representing a character using a script.”

“I have fun with it and I am honest and open about the way I lead my life and don’t mislead anyone. I’ve had the time of my life and thank God for that, it would be such a waste otherwise.”

“If I have attached anything to sacrifice other than loss, I have at some level assumed a pay-off. And if I’ve assumed a pay-off, I’m only assuming a sacrifice.”

“Ignorance is avoiding that which stands in front of me out of the misplaced hope that it will put what I’m ignoring behind me. Instead, it’s most certain to drop it on top of me.”

“It’s very easy for trusted companies to mislead naive customers, and life insurance companies are trusted.”

“Losing someone when you’re young is the greatest pain anyone can face.”

“Love is just a word until someone special gives it meaning.”

“Meanings with no purpose are useful for meaningless debates on what the “meaner” meant. And that’s what politics is all about – misreading.”

“My Democratic colleagues, many of whom hold law degrees, should know better than to intentionally oversimplify court rulings to mislead the public and score political points.”

“Nothing in the reporting of a nation’s history could so mislead the younger generation as to represent great events in such a way that they appear to have happened as a matter of course.”

“Parliament must not be told a direct untruth, but it’s quite possible to allow them to mislead themselves.”

“Thank you for loving me, hating me, hurting me, and teaching me how to let go of someone that wasn’t right for me.”

“The blues is losing someone you love and not having enough money to immerse yourself in drink.”

“The discovery of truth is prevented more effectively, not by the false appearance things present and which mislead into error, not directly by weakness of the reasoning powers, but by preconceived opinion, by prejudice.”

“The fast-food industry is in very good company with the lead industry and the tobacco industry in how it tries to mislead the public, and how aggressively it goes after anybody who criticizes its business practices.”

“The mortal enemies of Social Security and Medicare are those who, in contempt of the plain arithmetic, continue to mislead Americans that we should change nothing.”

“The sad truth is we are missing someone and we are hoping they are missing us too.”

“There is no greater breach of the public trust than knowingly misleading the country into war. In a democracy, we simply cannot tolerate the abuse of this trust by the government.”

“There’s a gullible side to the American people. They can be easily misled. Religion is the best device used to mislead them.”

“Two half truths don’t make one truth.”

“We do not need to be heroes to save the world; all we need is humility, a critical view of the commercial and political interests of those who would mislead us into wrongdoing, and a sense of wonder.”

“We mislead ourselves when we pretend we can make someone into an effective manager by putting them through a few courses in business school.”

“We stay the same as we’ve always been, keeping to the path we’ve walked our whole lives. Paths that carry so much importance and perceived stability that we are utterly convinced it is the only one to walk – that anyone not walking it with us is being misled.”

“When people in positions of trust mislead us – either recklessly, negligently or intentionally – that impacts the republic.”

“When people want to win they will go to desperate extremes. However, anyone that has already won in life has come to the conclusion that there is no game.”

“When we tell little white lies, we become progressively color-blind. It is better to remain silent than to mislead.”

“With love, you don’t mislead or play around, so if you’re not perfectly clear, just be honest about it.”

“You would be amazed at how similar arrogance and confidence look at first glance.”

There is a unique art to misdirection that should leave you on guard at times.