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Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Lindsey Graham
#1. A healthy environment, a strong economy and energy independent America - that would be the purpose of my presidency, is break the strangle hold that people enjoy on fossil fuels who hate our guts. #Quote by Lindsey Graham
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Mychal Denzel Smith
#2. He did everything. He studied hard. He went to Harvard. He got married. He had children. He worked. He dreamed big. He pulled his bootstraps all the way up from his humble beginnings to the presidency. He lived the American Dream. And he was called an African Witch Doctor. People asked for his birth certificate. A congressman shouted at him "YOU LIE!" He faced the most recalcitrant Republican Congress ever that was elected by a constituency that wanted to "take the country back."If a black man can be elected as guardian of the American empire, do exactly that, and still not be shielded from racism, what hope is supposed to be left? #Quote by Mychal Denzel Smith
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by David Herbert Donald
#3. Well, it seems to me Lincoln, I suppose, is kind of a model of a particular sort of presidency, a presidency that first of all is elected by a minority of the votes. #Quote by David Herbert Donald
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Ambrose Bierce
#4. PRESIDENCY, n. The greased pig in the field game of American politics. #Quote by Ambrose Bierce
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Robert Dallek
#5. Concealing one's true medical condition from the voting public is a time-honored tradition of the American presidency. #Quote by Robert Dallek
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Franklin D. Roosevelt
#6. There should be no bitterness or hate where the sole thought is the welfare of the United States of America. No man can occupy the office of President without realizing that he is President of all the people. #Quote by Franklin D. Roosevelt
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Newt Gingrich
#7. If the Soviet empire still existed, I'd be terrified. The fact is, we can afford a fairly ignorant presidency now. #Quote by Newt Gingrich
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by William J. Clinton
#8. When I leave the office on January 20th, I will leave even more idealistic than I was the day I took the oath of office. #Quote by William J. Clinton
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Dan Quayle
#9. In golf, you keep your head down and follow through. In the vice presidency, you keep your head up and follow through. It's a big difference. #Quote by Dan Quayle
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Wendell Phillips
#10. You can always get the truth from an American statesman after he has turned seventy, or given up all hope of the Presidency. #Quote by Wendell Phillips
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Barack Obama
#11. One of my strengths is I have a pretty even temperament. I don't get too high when it's high and I don't get too low when it's low. And what I found during the course of the presidency, and I suppose this is true in life, is that investments and work that you make back here sometimes take a little longer than the 24-hour news cycle to bear fruit. #Quote by Barack Obama
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by John McAfee
#12. Dwight Eisenhower warned American citizens at the end of his presidency about the implications of the military-industrial complex and its influence over government. We have now gone well beyond any of the wildest imaginations that could have entered Eisenhower's mind. #Quote by John McAfee
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Ezra Klein
#13. The news is supposed to be a mirror held up to the world, but the world is far too vast to fit in our mirror. The fundamental thing the media does all day, every day, is decide what to cover - decide, that is, what is newsworthy.

Here's the dilemma: to decide what to cover is to become the shaper of the news rather than a mirror held up to the news. It makes journalists actors rather than observers. It annihilates our fundamental conception of ourselves. And yet it's the most important decision we make. If we decide to give more coverage to Hillary Clinton's emails than to her policy proposals - which is what we did - then we make her emails more important to the public's understanding of her character and potential presidency than her policy proposals. In doing so, we shape not just the news but the election, and thus the country.

While I'm critical of the specific decision my industry made in that case, this problem is inescapable. The news media isn't just an actor in politics. It's arguably the most powerful actor in politics. It's the primary intermediary between what politicians do and what the public knows. The way we try to get around this is by conceptually outsourcing the decisions about what we cover to the idea of newsworthiness. If we simply cover what's newsworthy, then we're not the ones making those decisions - it's the neutral, external judgment of news worthiness that bears responsibility. The problem is that no one, anywhere, h #Quote by Ezra Klein
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Jeffrey Toobin
#14. Beyond diversity, the story of Obama's influence on the courts is more complex. Indeed, it could serve as a metaphor for his Presidency: symbolically rich but substantively hazy. Obama took office after years of intense conservative focus on the courts. #Quote by Jeffrey Toobin
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Hugh Sidey
#15. Kennedy did not have to run the risk of having his ideas and his words shortened and adulterated by a correspondent. This was the television era, not only in campaigning, but in holding the presidency. #Quote by Hugh Sidey
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Jose Antonio Vargas
#16. I came to the realization that I refuse to let a presidency scare me from my own country. I refuse to live a life of fear defined by a government that doesn't even know why it fears what it fears. Because I am not a citizen by law or by birth, I've had to create and hold on to a different kind of citizenship.... Citizenship is showing up. Citizenship is using your voice while making sure you hear other people around you. Citizenship is how you live your life. #Quote by Jose Antonio Vargas
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Louis Farrakhan
#17. The Honorable Elijah Muhammad said Allah God has come to fight the battle of justice for the Black man and woman of America and it is He who is plaguing America with the disasters of unusual rain, hail, snow, and soon earthquakes. So if the Black man and woman and the Native Americans, or Indians, are not in the equation of those running for the high office of the Presidency of the United States, if we are not in the equation for justice, then none of these candidates can save America from the Wrath of Allah. #Quote by Louis Farrakhan
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by David Stockman
#18. In short, Mr. Ryan's plan is devoid of credible math or hard policy choices. And it couldn't pass even if Republicans were to take the presidency and both houses of Congress. Mr. Romney and Mr. Ryan have no plan to take on Wall Street, the Fed, the military-industrial complex, social insurance or the nation's fiscal calamity and no plan to revive capitalist prosperity - just empty sermons. #Quote by David Stockman
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by David Broder
#19. Anybody who wants the presidency so much that he'll spend two years organizing and campaigning for it is not to be trusted with the office. #Quote by David Broder
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Bill Vaughan
#20. The Vice-Presidency is sort of like the last cookie on the plate. Everybody insists he won't take it, but somebody always does. #Quote by Bill Vaughan
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Richard M. Nixon
#21. No words can describe the depths of my regret and pain at the anguish my mistakes over Watergate have caused the nation and the presidency - a nation I so deeply love and an institution I so greatly respect. #Quote by Richard M. Nixon
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Barack Obama
#22. The presidency has a funny way of making a person feel the need to pray. #Quote by Barack Obama
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Robert Teeter
#23. Whatever he does should be seen as working at the Presidency and if he goes to Colorado for Christmas, it should be for a minimum amount of time, the family tradition and family get-together aspect emphasized, and it be seen as a working vacation. #Quote by Robert Teeter
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by David Mamet
#24. Obama is a tyrant the same way FDR was a tyrant. He has a view of presidential power that states: the government is in control of the country, and the president is in charge of the government. He's taken an imperial view of the presidency. #Quote by David Mamet
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Ezra Taft Benson
#25. One of our Church educators published what he purports to be a history of the Church's stand on the question of organic evolution. His thesis challenges the integrity of a prophet of God. He suggests that Joseph Fielding Smith published his work, Man: His Origin and Destiny, against the counsel of the First Presidency and his own Brethren. This writer's interpretation is not only inaccurate, but it also runs counter to the testimony of Elder Mark E. Petersen, who wrote this foreword to Elder Smith's book, a book I would encourage all to read. Elder Petersen said:

Some of us [members of the Council of the Twelve] urged [Elder Joseph Fielding Smith] to write a book on the creation of the world and the origin of man.... The present volume is the result. It is a most remarkable presentation of material from both sources [science and religion] under discussion. It will fill a great need in the Church and will be particularly invaluable to students who have become confused by the misapplication of information derived from scientific experimentation.

When one understands that the author to whom I alluded is an exponent of the theory of organic evolution, his motive in disparaging President Joseph Fielding Smith becomes apparent. To hold to a private opinion on such matters is one thing, but when one undertakes to publish his views to discredit the work of a prophet, it is a very serious matter.

It is also apparent to all who have the Spirit o #Quote by Ezra Taft Benson
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Rick Perry
#26. George W. Bush did an incredible job in the presidency, defending us from freedom. #Quote by Rick Perry
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Jon Stewart
#27. It has been eleven days, Stephen, eleven fucking days! Eleven! The presidency is supposed to age the president, not the public. #Quote by Jon Stewart
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by John F. Kennedy
#28. The American presidency will demand more than ringing manifestos issued from the rear of the battle. It will demand that the President place himself in the very thick of the fight; that he care passionately about the fate of the people he leads . #Quote by John F. Kennedy
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Herman Melville
#29. And doubtless, my going on this whaling voyage, formed part of the grand programme of Providence that was drawn up a long time ago. It came in as a brief interlude and solo between more extensive performances. I take it that this part of the bill must have run something like this:
"Grand Contested Election for the Presidency of the United States"
"Whaling Voyage by One Ishmael"
"Bloody Battle in Affghanistan #Quote by Herman Melville
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Paul Ryan
#30. It all started off with stirring speeches, Greek columns, the thrill of something new. Now all that's left is a presidency adrift, surviving on slogans that already seem tired, grasping at a moment that has already passed, like a ship trying to sail on yesterday's wind. #Quote by Paul Ryan
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Rod Dreher
#31. Though Donald Trump won the presidency in part with the strong support of Catholics and Evangelicals, the idea that someone as robustly vulgar, fiercely combative, and morally compromised as Trump will be an avatar for the restoration of Christian morality and social unity is beyond delusional. He is not a solution to the problem of America's cultural decline, but a symptom of it. The #Quote by Rod Dreher
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Frank J. Fleming
#32. Congratulations to Obama! He's now increased the debt more in three years than George W. Bush did his entire eight year presidency. But all that spending was worth it because just look at the great results! So what exactly is the argument that Obama isn't a hugely incompetent failure? So far it's 'Look! Over there! A war on women!' #Quote by Frank J. Fleming
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Ted Cruz
#33. The judgment that every voter is making of every one of us [running for presidency] who has the experience, who has the vision, who has the judgment to be commander in chief. That is the most important decision for the voters to make. That's a standard I'm held to. And it's a standard everyone else is held to. #Quote by Ted Cruz
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Angus King
#34. I'm old enough to remember Richard Nixon. They called it the imperial presidency when he was refusing to spend money that Congress had appropriated. #Quote by Angus King
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by John Kasich
#35. So when they don't have certainty, they go the other way. In Ohio, we have given them certainty and things have been improved. But if we can get a Romney presidency, they are going to get much better. #Quote by John Kasich
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Jimmy Carter
#36. The erosion of our confidence in the future is threating to destroy the Social and the Political fabric of America. The confidence that we have always had as a people, is not simply some romantic dream, or a proverb in a dusty book, that we read, just on the Fourth of July. It is the idea of which founded our nation and has guided us in our development as a people. Confidence in the future has supported everything else. We've always believed in a thing called, progress. We've always had a faith, that the days of our children, would be better than our own. Our people are losing that faith. For the first time in the history of our country, a majority of our people believe, that the next five years, will be worse than the past five years. We were taught that our armies were always invincible and our causes were always just, only to suffer the agony of Vietnam. We respected the presidency as a place of honor, until the shock of Watergate. We've got to stop crying and start sweating. Stop talking and start walking. Working together, with our common faith, we cannot fail. #Quote by Jimmy Carter
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Joe Klein
#37. Bill Clinton gives the appearance of taking stands-for some sort of tax cut, some sort of welfare reform, some sort of balanced budget-but these are ploys, mirages: they exist only to undermine positions taken by the Republicans. He doesn't fight for anything substantive-except of course, re-election ... He has fallen into the dangerous habit of lip synching the presidency: he gives the appearance of leadership, but not the substance. #Quote by Joe Klein
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Joseph Bayly
#38. The Nazis are not justified by saying,
Don't you know that there is more than just the issue of the Jews? The issues are more complex than that! What of the poor in this country, who cannot afford housing? What about the sick and malnourished? Don't you care about these people? Don't you claim to be a follower of Jesus?!
Supporting a murderous political agenda with such an argument is tragic!
And what do we know about Obama? He is the single most anti-life proponent that has ever run for the office of president. #Quote by Joseph Bayly
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by K. Riva Levinson
#39. It is tough to lose. But it is even tougher when the winner is everything that you fear and worse - a criminal enterprise masquerading as a legitimate state. Tougher still to point this out to the Washington establishment, always enamored of tales of second chances and political redemption. It puts you in the position of being a sore loser. Worse, a sore loser with a failed political agenda. So it was as Ellen and I try to raise the alarm after Charles Taylor takes the presidency of Liberia. #Quote by K. Riva Levinson
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by John Lukacs
#40. It does not require much historical knowledge (though it may require a certain historical perspective) to see that many, if not all, of the "aristocratic" elements of the Constitution (as in other countries) have gradually disappeared or were washed away during the past two hundred years, while the monarchic powers of the presidency and the democratic extent of majority rule became more and more overwhelming. #Quote by John Lukacs
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Quentin L. Cook
#41. Our doctrinal obligation is to our own ancestors. This is because the celestial organization of heaven is based on families. The First Presidency has encouraged members, especially youth and young single adults, to emphasize family history work and ordinances for their own family names or the names of ancestors of their ward and stake members. We need to be connected to both our roots and branches. The thought of being associated in the eternal realm is indeed glorious. #Quote by Quentin L. Cook
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Charles Krauthammer
#42. What made Obama unique was that he was the ultimate charismatic politician
the most unknown stranger ever to achieve the presidency in the United States. No one knew who he was, he came out of nowhere, he had this incredible persona that floated him above the fray, destroyed Hillary, took over the Democratic Party and became president. This is truly unprecedented: A young unknown with no history, no paper trail, no well-known associates, self-created. #Quote by Charles Krauthammer
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Emma Forrest
#43. Accepting the presidency, Barack introduces "my best friend of sixteen years, the love of my life, Michelle Obama" and I think I will pass out.
That, right there, is love in action. #Quote by Emma Forrest
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Doris Kearns Goodwin
#44. Roosevelt reasoned, "if the Vice-Presidency led to the Governor Generalship of the Philippines, then the question would be entirely altered." That post was the one he desired above all others, even a second gubernatorial term. From the moment the United States acquired the islands as a provision of the treaty in 1899 ending the Spanish-American War, Roosevelt had coveted the job of creating a new government in a Philippines free of Spanish tyranny. #Quote by Doris Kearns Goodwin
Unmaking The Presidency quotes by Daniel Smith
#45. By the tie I arrived at the clinic I was typically so demoralized I could barely stand. I was twenty-three years old and I looked like Nixon resigning the presidency. #Quote by Daniel Smith

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