U.S. At War: Double Trouble

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A politician . . . one that would circumvent God.—Shakespeare, Hamlet.

Politicians are like the bones of a horse's foreshoulder—not a straight one in it.—Wendell Phillips, 1864.

It is as hard and severe a thing to be a true politician as to be truly moral.—Francis Bacon, 1605.

The good of man must be the end of the science of politics.—Aristotle, circa 340 B.C.

Politics is not an exact science.—Otto Von Bismarck, 1863.

I never said all Democrats were saloonkeepers. What I said was all saloonkeepers are Democrats.—Horace Greeley, circa 1860.

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