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|A smart politician is one who talks of bread when he meets a baker; and of meat |
when he meets a butcher; and of sandwiches when he meets them together. 19.
... A politician will do anything to keep his job – even become a patriot.
Carole Marsh - 2003 - 366 pages
|Carole Marsh. A politician will do anything to keep his job- even become a patriot|
. —William Randolph Hearst si □...;□□ □□:□:;; Patriotism is easy to
understand in America; 12.1.
William B. Whitman - 2003 - 280 pages
|In every election in American history both parties have their cliches. ... FORMER |
REPUBLICAN CONGRESSMAN OF GEORGIA AND SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE
(1943- ) A politician will do anything to keep his job, even become a patriot.
|Infidels will not be trusted easily again. We have politicians from Bihar, |
Tamilnadu and other states striving to avoid criminal justice and prove Randolph
Hearst who wrote: 'A politician will do anything to keep his job — even become a
|Hazlitt, William A politician will do anything to keep his job, even become a patriot|
. - Hearst, William Randolph We are the trade union for pensioners and children,
the trade union for the disabled and the sick... the trade union for the nation as a ...
|In this book, he is transported back to the deck of the Mayflower.|
|flow of information, and it suggests that good old-fashioned police work, properly |
authorized, is still the most effective ... requirements. In. other. words,. they. can.
act. without any constitutional restrictions, just as supporters of the Patriot Act
want our own police to act. ... proving that even a wholesale surveillance society
cannot be made completely safe against determined terrorists. ... Constitutions
and laws don't keep government power in check; only a vigilant populace can do
|He said that by morning the patriots would have at least two thousand men, and |
that the English did not number over half that,—a great liar was Girard. ... convent
upon one side and the Sez,'g'neur's mansion on the other, and it was between
these three that Girard said he would make his stand. ... It was not long after that
before the eighty men had become sixty, and even some of those were badly hurt
|“Get out, then! Go to your damned Philadelphia, if that's what matters to you. But |
you have your head on wrong way round, boy! ... 4: "It isn't that Father doesn't
understand,” said Iemmy quietly, when at last he and Dolley were together in
their bedroom, and the ... She had not, she realized, even changed her dress,
much less had anything resembling supper. ... In truth I can't even completely
blame Mr. Adams, for wanting to make it illegal to call him names in the press
when he's doing ...
|Even before a child can have an accurate idea of what constitutes a good master, |
a good landlord, or a good magistrate, his ambition may be excited to become
what his ancestors have been before liim,or what his parents and friends ...
himself to improve their houses, to add to their comforts, to prevent them from
disputing, and to do justice among them, he will ... to the patriot Marvel in his
garret; he should hear, or he should read, of the noble firmness with which
Marvel rejected the ...