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Robert Andrews - 1997 - 625 pages
|Luck 2 That is no use at all. What I want is men who will support me when I am in |
the wrong. WILLIAM LAMB MELBOURNE, 2ND VlSCOUNT, (1779-1848) British
statesman, prime minister. Quoted in Lord M, eh. 4, David Cecil (1954). Reply to ...
Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|13 That is no use at all. What I want is men who wilt support me when I am in the |
wrong. LORD MELBOURNE (1 779-1848), English statesman, prime minister.
Reply to a politician's pledge: "I will support you as long as you are in the right.
|I think our public men should be above suspicion, and I do not justify anything |
that has been done by members on one ... to run the whole of the afi'airs of the
country—it is very Now I want to important indeed that these men, above all
others, should ... “To the devil with the men who will only support me when I am
right; I want men who will support me when I am wrong. ... A good many facts
have been dragged—and I use the expression advisedly—from the Attorney-
General and' other ...
|It has been said that we should rely upon the teaching and training which young |
men receive at home and at school. ... I have heard that there is not much chance
of passing this Bill, but I do not think that. ... I believe that the arguments which
they will use will be arguments based upon the Bill itself as being wrong, and not
because of their having ... of the Bill, I appeal to all non. gentlemen to support me
in doing that which I am certain will be for the good or the Colony, and will
Antony Jay - 2010 - 480 pages
|It is not much matter which we say, but mind, we must all say the same. at the end |
of a Cabinet meeting to agree a fixed ... 6 What I want is men who will support me
when I am in the wrong. replying to a politician who said 'I will support you as ...
|SirJohn A. Macdonald reprimanded a senator taking that position, writing, “That is |
no satisfaction. Anybody may support me when I am right. What I want is a man
that will support me when I am wrong.”5 Parties provided such men (and later, ...
John Henry Barrow - 1831
|Does the Rierht Honourable Gentleman mean to say — does the Noble Duke |
mean to say, that the people do not want a refprm of Par- Lament, — that they do
not want a reduction of taxation, or that they do not want a system of ... and such
conduct is so contrary to all that I have ever found in the good sense of the
labouring classes in England, that I fear the ... I am wrong, indeed, when I say that
the Honourable Gentleman did ask me a question; for, that I understood from
what he said ...
|Let us not plant the whole crop in potatoes ; let us have a mixed culture, lest we |
all come to want. ... I say I feel bound in justice to myself, to make this expose ;
because I am told I am counted on to support the ... are not committed ; and my
people will hear ot my course time enough, 1 trust, to recall me, if I am going
|Oh! my dear madam, how I rejoice to find you support this noble spirit of |
resentmeptl Leo. Be assured, Jacinta, it can end but with life. What'. after all my
tender frankness, nothing could have happened to excuse his usage of me; he
had a letler under my ... (Shew- yo§a1:?l§;,"! the men dearly: why? because (
shukin his stick) - - _ there's your love-powder for you. .... be broiled, like martyrs,
upon gridir0n5—but I am wrong; this sounds like passion, and heaven can tell I
am not angry.
|101 Stories of Inspiration and Support for Tweens Jack Canfield, Mark Victor |
Hansen, Amy Newmark. The. Normal. Girl. in. a. Not-So-Normal. Chair. The
hardest struggle of all is to be something different from what the average man is.
~CharlesM. ... Often, people would rather act like I am not there. ... To explain why
I use this chair, with all of these devices, I need to explain my diagnosis. Before I
... They feel threatened by someone like me because they don't know what to say