A Quote by Tom Wolfe on belief, facts, and problems

It is very comforting to believe that leaders who do terrible things are, in fact, mad. That way, all we have to do is make sure we don't put psychotics in high places and we've got the problem solved.

Tom Wolfe (1931 -)

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A Quote by Tom Zimmerman on problems

Little problems are big problems for little minds.

Tom Zimmerman

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A Quote by Tom Hanks on problems

Houston, we have a problem.

Tom Hanks (1956 -)

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A Quote by Thomas J. Watson on men, problems, and world

All the problems of the world could be settled easily if men were only willing to think.

Thomas Watson (1874 - 1956)

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A Quote by Thomas Mann on peace, problems, and war

War is only a cowardly escape from the problems of peace.

Thomas Mann (1875 - 1955)

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A Quote by Thomas E. Dewey on problems and world

Our problem is within ourselves. We have found the means to blow the world physically apart. Spiritually, we have yet to find the means to put together the world's broken pieces.

Thomas E. Dewey (1902 - 1971)

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A Quote by Thomas Carlyle on kindness, problems, universe, women, and work

It is the first of all problems for a man (or woman) to find out what kind of work he (or she) is to do in this universe.

Thomas Carlyle (1795 - 1881)

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A Quote by Theodore Rubin on problems and thinking

The problem is not that there are problems. The problem is expecting otherwise and thinking that having problems is a problem.

Theodore Rubin

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A Quote by Susan McOmber on babies, beginning, learning, life, possibility, problems, women, and world

A woman can learn a lot from holding a new baby. It is life beginning again-sweet possibilities! No problem in the world is big enough to be remembered.

Susan McOmber

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A Quote by Supreme Court on congress, errors, finance, force, government, laws, possessions, problems, solution, taxes, and present

By forcing state governments to absorb the financial burden of implementing a federal regulatory program, Members of Congress can take credit for "solving" problems without having to ask their constituents to pay for the solutions with higher federal taxes. And even when the States are not forced to absorb the costs of implementing a federal program, they are still put in the position of taking the blame for its burdensomeness and for its defects....Under the present law, for example, it will be the [law enforcement official] and not some federal official who stands between the gun purchaser and immediate possession of his gun. And it will likely be the [law enforcement official], not some federal official, who will be blamed for any error.

Supreme Court

Source: U.S. Supreme Court, 1997, Printz v. United States

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