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No matter whether th' constitution follows th' flag or not, th' supreme
court follows th' iliction returns.
-- Mr. Dooley
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No, my friend, the way to have good and safe government, is not to trust it
all to one, but to divide it among the many, distributing to every one exactly
the functions he is competent to. It is by dividing and subdividing these
republics from the national one down through all its subordinations, until it
ends in the administration of every man's farm by himself; by placing under
every one what his own eye may superintend, that all will be done for the best.
-- Thomas Jefferson, to Joseph Cabell, 1816
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No-one would remember the Good Samaritan if he had only had good
intentions. He had money as well.
-- Margaret Thatcher
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Nobody shot me.
-- Frank Gusenberg, his last words, when asked by police
who had shot him 14 times with a machine gun in the Saint
Valentine's Day Massacre.
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Only Capone kills like that.
-- George "Bugs" Moran, on the Saint Valentine's Day Massacre
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The only man who kills like that is Bugs Moran.
-- Al Capone, on the Saint Valentine's Day Massacre
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Nobody takes a bribe. Of course at Christmas if you happen to hold out
your hat and somebody happens to put a little something in it, well, that's
-- New York City Police Commissioner (Ret.) William P.
O'Brien, instructions to the force.
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Nothing in life is so exhilarating as to be shot at without result.
-- Winston Churchill
Next to being shot at and missed, nothing is really quite as
satisfying as an income tax refund.
-- F.J. Raymond
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Nothing is illegal if one hundred businessmen decide to do it.
-- Andrew Young
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Nothing, nothing, nothing, no error, no crime is so absolutely repugnant
to God as everything which is official; and why? because the official is
so impersonal and therefore the deepest insult which can be offered to a
-- Soren Kierkegaard