First. Obverse? Unless you are trying to persuade a college professor that you deserve an "A", just say "opposite". I'm lazy. And old. I can't reach my dictionary without getting up.
Second. Your Conservative Quote of the Day reminds me of one of my old Philosophy classes where I was taught that the Scrooge that begrudgingly gave to charity out of a sense of obligation was "more moral" than the do-gooder that gave ten times as much because it was pleasurable. I always accepted that idea as basically true. Scrooge is a jerk who is nevertheless honoring a higher obligation. The Do-Gooder is a "good person" who really is just taking care of Numero Uno.
A charity might have a different point of view.
Which brings us back to your main point on an organizational level.
What I am trying to do with my "quotes" is present a little more (200 - 300 words)of what the author is saying than the quotes found on calendars and such, so as to, maybe, produce a little more cerebral musing than just the emotional shot generated by a one line quote.
Look up my other quotes.