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|The longer I am out of office, the more infallible I appear to myself. — Henry |
Kissinger The longer I live the more I see that I am never wrong about anything,
and that all the pains that I have so humbly taken to verify my notions have only ...
|Tertiary Education in Transition Burchell Whiteman I am indebted to two |
distinguished members of the academic community at Mona for stimulating my ...
He once said, "The longer I am out of office, the more infallible 1 appear to myself
|-New York Yankees Owner George Steinbrenner and Manager Billy Martin in |
beer commercial "The longer I am out of office, the more infallible I appear to
myself." -Henry Kissinger m I "I've got five backup Systems. The fifth one is called
|The longer I am out of office, the more infallible I appear to myself. ON himself, |
quoted in Time, Jan. 7, 1980. Also see William Tecumseh Sherman on himself ("
Warriors"). LA GUARDIA, FIORELLO "The Little Flower." 1882-1947. American ...
|We sounded out a number of key Republicans from Maine to California, and I |
was encouraged by their offers of support. ... could relate to Henry Kissinger's wry
observation: "The longer I am out of office, the more infallible I appear to myself.
|Henry Kissinger (1923- ) The longer I am out of office, the more infallible I appear |
to myself. William F. Buckley, Jr. (1925- ) Self-appreciation is a cardinal necessity
for successful politics. STRATEGY This fiction is the "Myth of the Metals,".
|Kissinger, Henry If it's going to come out eventually, better have it come out |
immediately. - Kissinger, Henry Power is the ultimate aphrodisiac. - Kissinger,
Henry The longer I am out of office, the more infallible I appear to myself. -
William Lloyd Garrison, Walter McIntosh Merrill, Louis Ruchames - 1971 - 658 pages
|You were furnished with a copy of the Philanthropist, which contained my |
resignation; and a more honorable tribute to the ... My continuance as editor of
the Philanthropist was longer than I at first proposed; for I gave Mr. White
distinctly to ... I would not obligate myself for a single month.2 And yet, sir, you
have the egregious folly, the egotism, the impudence, and the audacity to say,
that I have been turned out of office — because, forsooth, I was foolish enough to
deny your infallibility !
|1 have myself been as miserably poor as almost arty man ever was rendered by |
the bad acU of cihers — but, among ... too says that I hare '-lost cast" for
expressing some doubts concerning the propriety ol Ugis- laling the judges out of
office, ... the fact is notorious to every reader of this paper, that 1 have always
been opposed to the doctrine of infallibility in judges, ... And 1 am free to confess,
whether it be to join "the conspiracy against democratic whig principles," or not,
that 1 would ...
|I am, Ice. Wandswortb, Sept. 5, 176a. T« tit AUTHOR es tbt LONDON MAGAZINE. |
SIR. AFTER long debates and much ... for it, or at least the more sensible rational
part os them, seem to rest the weight of their cause upon this proposition, viz. ...
England and France ; therefore, that nation which is richest in money, and
highest in credit, must hold out the longest, and in ... into the scale of England,
and sa they think they draw from sure and undeniable premisses, this infallible