He could travel to the Moon but he couldn't get an accurate account of his most important statement. Neil Armstrong's fate of being misquoted has been shared by many others, including the inventor of the term "information superhighway" and a former Alaskan governor. Twain, Lincoln and Jimmy Carter are in the club, too, as is (from Hollywood) the commander of the USS Enterprise. Here are a few memorable things they didn't say.* One giant leap, one minor omission.The first words from the first man on the moon? Not "one small step for man, one giant step for mankind," Armstrong long insisted. Instead, he began, "One small step for a man ..." The Apollo 11 astronaut maintained that the radio transmission swallowed the "a" as he spoke it.