Sadat made us feel more secure.

By : Naguib Mahfouz 0 Likes          


It was Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda who attacked the U.S. on September 11, 2001, not Saddam Hussein and Iraq.

By : Peter DeFazio

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I often heard about his cases and I often sat in on his trials. In the late 1960s when I was growing up I wanted to be a crusader like him but I didn't want to wear a suit and commute.

By : David Guterson

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Our government has made a number of promises to the men and women who served in our nation's armed forces. Sadly, these promises of health care, education and other benefits have existed more in rhetoric than in reality.

By : Allen Boyd

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Why did we go to war? Why did we pick people from South Carolina, California, and all the places in between to go to a foreign land and risk their lives and have some die? To make sure that Saddam Hussein could do no more damage to the region or us than he has already done.

By : Lindsey Graham

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Nothing is sadder than having worldly standards without worldly means.

By : Van Wyck Brooks

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I'm sad to report that in the past few years, ever since uncertainty became our insistent 21st century companion, leadership has taken a great leap backwards to the familiar territory of command and control.

By : Margaret J. Wheatley

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Though I know he loves me, tonight my heart is sad

By : Sara Teasdale

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What happened was very sad. Mr. Lacey told the staff that he was disappointed and appalled that the front of the book was all commentary and that he wanted hard news.

By : Sydney Schanberg

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I do not believe that the colour of one's skin determines whether you are disadvantaged.

By : Pauline Hanson

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It is sad not to love, but it is much sadder not to be able to love.

By : Miguel de Unamuno

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Saddam spent 35 years stealing and wasting money, and all of these systems are very fragile and brittle, and you try to fix one thing and something else gets in trouble.

By : Paul Bremer

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Last night the United States dropped four 2,000 pound bombs on Saddam Hussein. I don't know anything about explosives, but, my God, do those things even need to explode?

By : David Letterman

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