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|Politics is perhaps the only profession for which no preparation is thought |
necessary. - Stevenson, Robert Louis In the school of political ... Swift, Jonathan
Politics, when I am in it, it makes me sick. - Taft, William Howard I am in politics
|I been on it five years now, and I'm sick of struggling to get by on $433.00 a |
month when my rent alone is $500. ... makes me sick. There ain't no way that I'm
gonna fuck him to get a place to live. I ain't no hooker! So, I'm stuck. I am sick of ...
|Its virtues seem to resemble those of the fumes of tobacco so feelingly described |
by our countryman in these elegant verses: " Tobacco reek, To'jacco reck, " When
I am well, it make- me sick : " Tobacco reek, Tubarco reck, " It makes me weil ...
|... government proved unpersuasive during the progressive political ferment of |
his time. And his disdain for politics limited his effectiveness in executing his
responsibilities as president. “Politics, when I am in it, makes me sick,” he had
|Bom in Cincinnati in 1857 of a politically prominent family, Taft graduated from |
Yale and the Cincinnati Law School, and then ... into the political life by his wife
and friends, he even commented in 1906, "Politics, when I am in it, makes me
|A gifted administrator and attorney, he was not much of a politician, readily |
confessing, "Politics, when I am in it, makes me sick." Nor was he much of a
campaigner. Taft tipped the scales at 350 pounds and tired easily. His greatest
asset was ...
|It makes me sick how it propagates through generations. I have got to do |
something. I am on a mission. I will help to change this. I will do something. No,
God will do something to change this. It just makes me sick. I am so sick. I am so
sick. Sick ...
|I am sick, and as a result, I could not do certain things, lc. miya?c. My sickness |
took me away from my child, -naqi complete ko-maynaqitpa after the illness -nik
intensifier lcomaynikin. ... Cold makes me sick, timne*- heart timna-ko-mayca.
|"America Makes Me Sick: Nauseates Me," in the San Francisco Examiner (March |
4, 1923), from a typescript in the Isadora Duncan Collection, ... For, you see, the
color of my blood I am glad, glad to say is still red, even after my American tour.
|A Political Life Stephen Ingle. Preface This age makes me so sick that 1 |
sometimes am almost impelled to stop at a corner and start calling down curses
from Heaven like Jeremiah or Ezra or something. George Orwell, 1935. George