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|It'll be good again.” “Are you a Democrat or a Republican?” asked Peter. Gary |
leaned back to the table and let go a puff of cinder-colored smoke. “You probably
know Will Rogers's line that 'I'm not a member of any organized political party ...
|A Life at the Center of California Politics and Justice Jacqueline R. Braitman, |
Gerald F. Uelmen ... in Northern California at the historic Asilomar retreat center
to discuss “What's wrong with the Democratic Party?” Their conclusion reflected
the famous Will Rogers quote: “I'm not a member of any organized political party.
|Religion also plays a key role at the left end of the political spectrum, although on |
the left many groups are primarily secular ... Will Rogers' famous line, "I'm not a
member of any organized political party — I'm a Democrat," was uttered long ...
|As a matter of truth, no nation wants any other nation exerting a “moral leadership|
” over 'em even if they had one. ... It was only a matter of time before Rogers's
name was bruited about as a political contender—his name was entered into
nomination at the 1928 Democratic Convention. ... against anything; that was part
of his credibility with his audience: “I'm not a member of any organized political
|Many readers will have heard of Will Rogers's quip “I'm not a member of any |
organized political party—I'm a Democrat.” These days more than ever, there's a
widespread sense that progressives just can't get organized, that we're a clutter
|Ringer, Robert J. In politics a straight line is the shortest distance to disaster. - |
Roche, John P. There is no more independence in politics than there is in jail. -
Rogers, Will I'm not a member of any organized political party, I'm a Democrat!
|In the 1948 election, roughly three-quarters of the members of the two big union |
organizations, the American ... Consider Will Rogers's famous quip, “I am not a
member of any organized political party. I'm a Democrat.” This was a fair ...
|This was especially true among Democrats in the 1980s, when the lack of party |
discipline lived up to the old joke: “I'm not a member of an organized political
party — I'm a Democrat.” This was largely due to the Dixies, who could rally to
|always be the southern bastard child of the Democrat Party. ... jude paused for a |
moment then added, “I'm asking you to be the leader of a new political party, the
American ... Quite frankly, I may not agree with everything that's happening with
my own party, but I'm a loyal party member. ... I can't see myself leaving my party
for some startup organization with a couple of pipe dreamers telling me what a ...
|March 26, 1984 Mr. President, it was the humorist Will Rogers who said, "I'm not a |
member of an organized political party — I'm a Democrat." 1 He made that
statement, I hasten to add, during the 1920's, at a time when the party had never
been more disorganized and in disarray. ... With the president seriously ill and
incapacitated, there was a growing sense that the government was no longer in