[In response to this question from an interviewer: "U. S. News and World Report described you this way: 'She's intolerant, preachy, judgmental and overbearing. She's bright, articulate, passionate and kind.' Is that an accurate description?":] It's ... pretty good [ellipsis in original].
Joycelyn Elders (b. 1933), U.S. pediatrician and educator; first woman, and second African American, Surgeon General of the United States. As quoted in the New York Times Magazine, p. 19 (January 30, 1994).
Elders was serving as Surgeon General when she said this; within a year, she would be dismissed by President Bill Clinton for her outspokenness.