GILBERT: But to
undermine the government suggests treason.
WATT: In your
mind, not mine.
That answers the question.
WATT: So that's
your problem, not mine.
my problem. [Having established my problem, I came back to what I considered to
be Watt's.] So you would not object if we say Watt is a rightist attempting to
undermine the form of government we believe in?
WATT: I object to
your form of government if you don't believe in the people's dignity.
GILBERT: I am
talking about the Carter Administration.
WATT: I was, and
to undermine that form of government?
I am. And I've been pretty successful.