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War Is The Continuation Of Politics By Other Means.
~ General Karl Von Clausewitz, Book: "On War"
The Bedfellows Politics Made Are Never Strange. It Only Seems That Way To Those Who Have Not Watched The Courtship.
~ Marcel Archard
I Must Study Politics And War That My Sons May Have Liberty To Study Mathematics And Philosophy. My Sons Ought To Study Mathematics And Philosophy, Geography, Natural History, Naval Architecture, Navigation, Commerce, And Agriculture, In Order To Give Their Children A Right To Study Painting, Poetry, Music, Architecture, Statuary, Tapestry, And Porcelain.
~ John Adams
To Bemoan The Messiness Of Politics Is Not Just A Folly It Betrays A Dangerous Impatience With Basic Realities. It Is Like Becoming Disturbed That People Do Not Fall In Love Sensibly -- And So Deciding To Computerize The Problem.
~ Theodore Roszak
Objective Journalism Is One Of The Main Reasons American Politics Has Been Allowed To Be So Corrupt For So Long.
~ Hunter S. Thompson
I Seldom Think Of Politics More Than 18 Hours A Day.
~ Lyndon B. Johnson
The Whole Aim Of Practical Politics Is To Keep The Populace In A Continual State Of Alarm And Hence Clamorous To Be Led To Safety By Menacing Them With An Endless Series Of Hobgoblins, All Of Them Imaginary.
~ H. L. Mencken
Politics Is War Without Bloodshed While War Is Politics With Bloodshed.
~ Mao Tse-tung
In Politics Stupidity Is Not A Handicap.
~ Napoleon Bonaparte
Beware The Politically Obsessed. They Are Often Bright And Interesting, But They Have Something Missing In Their Natures There Is A Hole, An Empty Place, And They Use Politics To Fill It Up. It Leaves Them Somehow Misshapen.
~ Peggy Noonan
University Politics Are Vicious Precisely Because The Stakes Are So Small.
~ Henry Kissinge
My Final Warning To You Is Always Pay For Your Own Drinks. All The Scandals In The World Of Politics Today Have Their Cause In The Despicable Habit Of Swallowing Free Drinks.
~ Y. Yakigawa
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