Official Quotes

In the due exercise of your official power, in strictest accordance with law and the Constitution, you can deprive the enemy of that which, above all else, has given, and still gives him, aid and comfort.
Above
Accordance
Aid
Comfort
Constitution
Deprive
Due
Else
Enemy
Exercise
Given
Gives
Him
Law
I don't think I've ever met a public official that didn't think he was doing the right thing. I can't think of one.
Doing
Doing the right thing
Ever
He
Met
Public
Right
Right thing
The right thing
Thing
Think
Today, war of necessity is used by critics of military action to describe unavoidable response to an attack like that on Pearl Harbor that led to our prompt, official declaration of war, while they characterize as unwise wars of choice the wars in Korea, Vietnam and the current war in Iraq.
Action
Attack
Characterize
Choice
Critics
Current
Declaration
Describe
Harbor
Iraq
Korea
Led
Like
Military
Official dignity tends to increase in inverse ratio to the importance of the country in which the office is held.
Country
Dignity
Held
Importance
Increase
Inverse
Office
Ratio
Tends
Which

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