Page 180. " Hain't we got all the fools in town on our side? and ain't that a big enough majority in any town? "

The King makes this comment. It implies that he thinks he is better than everyone, even though Huck was right about him being a bad person. He is an uneducated rapscallion, and a thief. He is in a position that makes him very arrogant and leads him to believe that he is more important than normal people, when he really is just a common criminal.

Page 189. " I reckon a body that ups and tells the truth when he is in a tight place, is taking considerable many resks. "

This is an important quote because it gives insight on Huck's thoughts and morality. He makes a statement about how he has never told the truth so he wouldn't have any experience in the consequences. Clearly Huck doesn't have many people around him who tell the truth either, because he would at least see what happens when they do. He looks very highly upon people who tell the truth in situations where he himself would choose to lie and take the easy way out. This is another time where he would choose to do the wrong thing because it would be easier than the right.

Page 193. " It's the little things that smooth's people's roads the most "

This shows that you should do nice things for people or do the right thing, like telling the truth, because sometimes even the smallest action means something big. This is a shift in character because he is realizing that sometimes it is more beneficial to do the right thing rather than the wrong.