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Put all excuses aside and remember this — you are capable. Zig Ziglar Click to tweet. Action is a high road to self-confidence and self-esteem.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Masses Are Asses is a quote attributed to Alexander Hamilton and can refer to: A play by Pedro Pietri A song by the female punk rock group L7 appearing on the album The Beauty Process: Triple Platinum A phrase used by Karl Rove in the negative during his July 29, address  to the graduating class of the Graduate School of Political Management at George Washington University The title of a book by Jennifer Syme not the actress ; "a behind the scenes look into the restaurant business" by a former server. Tammany and the Nabobs", on page of the book Poetical works of Charles G. Halpine published by Harper and Brothers, New York.
Alexander Hamilton left behind voluminous writings and an abundance of quotes. We used them to "interview" him. All words attributed to him are generally accepted to have been written or spoken by Hamilton.
I think Americans should pay more attention to the words of our founding fathers than to the talking heads on the media. Well the blood of patriots has been shed at places like Waco and Ruby Ridge and who knows where else in the USA - but how come the blood of tyrants has not been shed, not even one drop? Or do Americans prefer slavery to freedom?
You are an extraordinary fellow. You never say a moral thing, and you never do a wrong thing. Your cynicism is simply a pose.
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Everyone loves good Mark Twain quotes, right? Samuel Clemens the man who wrote under the pseudonym Mark Twain embodied snark before it was a thing, and he was prolific, so there are quotes from him about everything. I live in Connecticut, the home of the Mark Twain House, so I thought they might be a good source of accurate Twain quotes.
Freddie is consistently erring and as such is advised to avoid name droppings to give credibility to his writings that are replete with inaccuracies. It was the great Bermudian White American Alexander Hamilton, during the constitutional debate swho uttered the words that have been repeatedly quoted ad nauseam by so many intellectuals and politicians. Had Freddie studied American history instead of philosophy for which he claims he obtained two degrees in Guyanese history — an unprecedented achievementhe would not have made this simple faux pas. To err is human but Freddie has a penchant for mocking people who make simple errors in writings.