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“For both the length of hisservice and forwhat he achieved, Kennedywill be remembered as one of America's greatest political figures.”
“Only he has the calling for politics who is sure that he shall not crumble when the world from his point of view is too stupid or too base forwhat he wants to offer.”
“Who is telling the truth about any aspect or degree of our war crimes, our treaty breaches, our ignoring of our own laws, our violations of the Geneva Conventions, our flaunting of international laws, our disregard forwhat is considered acceptable conduct by one country invading and occupying another?”
“You can rightfully blame Congress and not only the current administration but also the last administration for the economic problems currently being experienced, as well as forwhat caused the current economic problems.”
“And as other people labor to build capital, trade becomes more complex, and currency is required to keep track of who is exchanging what forwhat.”
“This is true for all who leave the Church – forwhat ever reason …”
“I was looking forwhat they were doing right, rather than what they were doing wrong.”
“Aldridge: The question is right to keep and bear arms forwhat?”
“The Treasury has testified that they have no idea who is getting money forwhat.”
“Phil Wilson quotes the economist Phil Krugman praising Brown forwhat he's doingduring the financial crisis.”
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