politicians

A Quote by unknown on politicians, principles, quiet, and weather

A local politician was once enmeshed in his own oratory. Said he: "Build a chain-link fence around the winter's supply of summer weather; skim the clouds from the sky with a teaspoon; catch a thundercloud in a saucepan; break a hurricane to harness; quiet and soothe an earthquake; lasso an avalanche; pin a napkin on the crater of an active volcano-but never expect to see me false to my principles."

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A Quote by unknown on elections, justice, people, politicians, and time

Politicians know it's not necessary to fool all the people all of the time - just during election campaigns.

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A Quote by unknown on needs and politicians

Politicians will always be there when they need you.

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Source: T-shirt slogan

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A Quote by unknown on jobs, money, play, politicians, and politics

Why are we surprised when politicians play politics? It's not like they are supposed to be real adults . . . they are, after all, politicians and don't have real jobs and aren't playing around with their money.

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A Quote by unknown on politicians and time

If you think it's easy to be a politician, try to straddle a fence and keep both ears to the ground at the same time.

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A Quote by unknown on needs, politicians, and reason

Politicians are like diapers. They both need changing regularly and for the same reason.

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A Quote by Theodore Roosevelt on politicians, success, and thinking

The most successful politician is he who says what everybody is thinking most often and in the loudest voice.

Theodore Roosevelt (1858 - 1919)

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A Quote by Simon Cameron on honesty and politicians

An honest politician is one, who, when he is bought, will stay bought.

Simon Cameron (1799 - 1889)

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A Quote by Rush H. Limbaugh III on belief, confusion, danger, enemies, growth, history, home, legacy, liberals, media, nations, perception, politicians, prosperity, sharing, and strength

Regarding Ronald Reagan: Liberals correctly perceive the Reagan record as their most dangerous enemy. Why? Because what happened during the 1980s - prosperity at home (the longest period of peacetime growth in this nation's history, strength abroad - directly contradicts every liberal belief. Bill Clinton has confused many about the 1980s and the Reagan legacy. His patently false mantra states, "The rich got richer, the poor got poorer. The rich didn't pay their fair share, etc." The 1980s have been intentionally mischaracterized by slick liberal politicians with the complicity of the mainstream media.

Rush Limbaugh (1951 -)

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A Quote by Rudyard Kipling on politicians

Politicians. Little Tin Gods on Wheels.

Rudyard Kipling (1865 - 1936)

Source: Public Waste

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