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Winning A War Sayings By Rick Elkin: What worries me is that I am not sure any of the Republicans, or any What worries me is that I am not sure any of the Republicans, or any Democrat, is ready to 'go to the mats.' And, ergo, I am concerned that our current leaders are simply incapable of creating a winning war strategy. — Rick Elkin
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Winning A War Sayings By Janet Morris: For Tempus ... was a dozen storm gods' avatar; no army he sanctified could know For Tempus ... was a dozen storm gods' avatar; no army he sanctified could know defeat; no war he fought could not be won. Combat was life to him; he fought like the gods themselves ... — Janet Morris
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Winning A War Sayings By Mathilde Blind: War rages on the teeming earth;The hot and sanguinary fightBegins with each new creature's birth:A War rages on the teeming earth;
The hot and sanguinary fight
Begins with each new creature's birth:
A dreadful war where might is right;
Where still the strongest slay and win,
Where weakness is the only sin. — Mathilde Blind
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Winning A War Sayings By Wesley Clark: We were really helped when President Ronald Reagan came in. I remember non-commissioned officers who We were really helped when President Ronald Reagan came in. I remember non-commissioned officers who were going to retire and they re-enlisted because they believed in President Reagan. That's the kind of President Ronald Reagan was. He helped our country win the Cold War. He put it behind us in a way no one ever believed would be possible. He was truly a great American leader. And those of us in the Armed Forces loved him, respected him, and tremendously admired him for his great leadership. — Wesley Clark
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Winning A War Sayings By Wilhelm Reich: For twenty-five years I've been speaking and writing in defense of your right to happiness For twenty-five years I've been speaking and writing in defense of your right to happiness in this world, condemning your inability to take what is your due, to secure what you won in bloody battles on the barricades of Paris and Vienna, in the American Civil War, in the Russian Revolution. Your Paris ended with Petain and Laval, your Vienna with Hitler, your Russia with Stalin, and your America may well end in the rule of the Ku Klux Klan! You've been more successful in winning your freedom than in securing it for yourself and others. This I knew long ago. What I did not understand was why time and again, after fighting your way out of a swamp, you sank into a worse one. Then groping and cautiously looking about me, I gradually found out what has enslaved you: YOUR SLAVE DRIVER IS YOU YOURSELF. No one is to blame for your slavery but you yourself. No one else, I say! — Wilhelm Reich
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Winning A War Sayings By Ray Bradbury: War's never a winning thing, Charlie. You just lose all the time, and the one War's never a winning thing, Charlie. You just lose all the time, and the one who loses last asks for terms. All I remember is a lot of losing and sadness and nothing good but the end of it. The end of it, Charles, that was a winning all to itself, having nothing to do with guns. But I don't suppose that's the kind of victory you boys mean for me to talk on. — Ray Bradbury
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Winning A War Sayings By Marco Rubio: I would say we must win the information war against ISIS. Every war we have I would say we must win the information war against ISIS. Every war we have ever been involved in has had a propaganda informational aspect to it. — Marco Rubio
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Winning A War Sayings By Malala Yousafzai: I was reminded of our history lessons, in which we learned about the loot or I was reminded of our history lessons, in which we learned about the loot or bounty an army enjoys when a battle is won. I began to see the awards and recognition just like that. They were little jewels without much meaning. I needed to concentrate on winning the war. — Malala Yousafzai
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Winning A War Sayings By Dan Brown: Fighting communicable disease was often like fighting a forest fire: sometimes you had to drop Fighting communicable disease was often like fighting a forest fire: sometimes you had to drop back and surrender a battle in hopes of winning the war. — Dan Brown
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Winning A War Sayings By Marge Piercy: This life is a war we are not yetwinning for our daughters' children.Don't do your This life is a war we are not yet
winning for our daughters' children.
Don't do your enemies' work for them.
Finish your own. — Marge Piercy
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Winning A War Sayings By Bill Hicks: We are losing the 'War on Drugs,' which means there's a war going on and We are losing the 'War on Drugs,' which means there's a war going on and people on drugs are winning it. — Bill Hicks
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Winning A War Sayings By Chuck Todd: At the moment, the extremists have significant financial popular and theological backing in the Middle At the moment, the extremists have significant financial popular and theological backing in the Middle East. And that is an enduring phenomenon. And it's one that is going to require a long, ideological war to win. — Chuck Todd
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Winning A War Sayings By Frederick William Robertson: Life, like war, is a series of mistakes,he is the best who wins the most Life, like war, is a series of mistakes,he is the best who wins the most splendid victories by the retrieval of mistakes. Forget mistakes: organize victory out of mistakes. — Frederick William Robertson
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Winning A War Sayings By E. O. Wilson: The paradox is that, by children taking shortcuts through computer games, through fantasies, through movies The paradox is that, by children taking shortcuts through computer games, through fantasies, through movies that load on all the emotional stimulation of encountering life in a stylized way - all of this is the equivalent of mainlining of paleolithic emotions, emotions about combat, about personal success, about overcoming monsters, about making powerful friendships, about winning wars and entering new territory. — E. O. Wilson
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Winning A War Sayings By Jamais Cascio: Much as Cold War nuclear strategists could argue about winning a nuclear war by having Much as Cold War nuclear strategists could argue about winning a nuclear war by having more survivors, advocates of a Global Warming War might see the United States, Western Europe, or Russia as better able to ride out climate disruption and manipulation than, say, China or the countries of the Middle East. — Jamais Cascio
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Winning A War Sayings By Agatha Christie: To win a war is as disasterous as to lose one. To win a war is as disasterous as to lose one. — Agatha Christie
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Winning A War Sayings By Ernest Agyemang Yeboah: when I look at people fighting with ammunition and weapons of all kind I ponder when I look at people fighting with ammunition and weapons of all kind I ponder within me;somehow as a cynic. Ammunition's and weapons are good for war; Yes,they are better necessities to winning battle but the best choice of weapons are neither ammunition nor the strength of a battalion of army but wisdom; a pen on a paper backed by a great mind — Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
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Winning A War Sayings By David Gemmell: I don't give a damn, laddie. Until the actual moment, when they cut me down, I don't give a damn, laddie. Until the actual moment, when they cut me down, I shall still be looking to win. And the gods of war are fickle at best. — David Gemmell
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Winning A War Sayings By Lee Child: Plan A is to hitch a ride out of here. But if they want a Plan A is to hitch a ride out of here. But if they want a war, then plan B is to win it. — Lee Child
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Winning A War Sayings By Bernie Siegel: If we had no hope - for a cure, for winning the lottery, for falling If we had no hope - for a cure, for winning the lottery, for falling in love, for the end of war, for being free of abuse, or for having food, warmth, clothing, and shelter - we would have no reason to go on. What you hope for doesn't matter, but rather the essence of hope itself. — Bernie Siegel
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Winning A War Sayings By Dylan Ratigan: The first half of Vietnam was fought to win the war, and the second half The first half of Vietnam was fought to win the war, and the second half of Vietnam was soldiers going haywire without a mission, getting further and further towards our friend, Captain Kurtz and our friends at 'Apocalypse Now.' — Dylan Ratigan
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Winning A War Sayings By Charles Bukowski: Nobody can save you but yourself and you're worth saving. it's a war not easily Nobody can save you but yourself and you're worth saving. it's a war not easily won but if anything is worth winning then this is it. — Charles Bukowski
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Winning A War Sayings By William Safire: If America cannot win a war in a week, it begins negotiating with itself. If America cannot win a war in a week, it begins negotiating with itself. — William Safire
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Winning A War Sayings By John Grisham: What's on the outside to prevent their return? They are now convicted felons, a branding What's on the outside to prevent their return? They are now convicted felons, a branding they will never be able to shake. The odds were stacked against them to begin with, and now that they're tagged as felons, life in the free world is somehow supposed to improve? These are the real casualties of our wars. The war on drugs. The war on crime. Unintended victims of tough laws passed by tough politicians over the past forty years. One million young black men now warehoused in decaying prisons, idling away the days at taxpayer expense. Our prisons are packed. Our streets are filled with drugs. Who's winning the war? — John Grisham
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Winning A War Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: A little patience, and we shall see the reign of witches pass over, their spells A little patience, and we shall see the reign of witches pass over, their spells dissolve, and the people, recovering their true sight, restore their government to its true principles. It is true that in the meantime we are suffering deeply in spirit, and incurring the horrors of a war and long oppressions of enormous public debt ... If the game runs sometime against us at home, we must have patience till luck turns, and then we shall have an opportunity of winning back the principles we have lost, for this is a game where principles are at stake. — Thomas Jefferson
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Winning A War Sayings By Hans Bethe: If we fight a war and win it with H-bombs, what history will remember is If we fight a war and win it with H-bombs, what history will remember is not the ideals we were fighting for, but the methods we used to accomplish them. These methods will be compared to the warfare of Genghis Khan who ruthlessly killed every last inhabitant of Persia. — Hans Bethe
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Winning A War Sayings By Ami Ayalon: We don't realize that we face a frustrating situation in which we win every battle, We don't realize that we face a frustrating situation in which we win every battle, but we lose the war. — Ami Ayalon
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Winning A War Sayings By Barack Obama: We forget now, but during his life, Dr. King wasn't always considered a unifying figure. We forget now, but during his life, Dr. King wasn't always considered a unifying figure. Even after rising to prominence, even after winning the Nobel Peace Prize, Dr. King was vilified by many, denounced as a rabble rouser and an agitator, a communist and a radical. He was even attacked by his own people, by those who felt he was going too fast or those who felt he was going too slow; by those who felt he shouldn't meddle in issues like the Vietnam War or the rights of union workers. — Barack Obama
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Winning A War Sayings By Aravind Adiga: What good is winning a battle, if you don't even realise there's a war going What good is winning a battle, if you don't even realise there's a war going on? — Aravind Adiga
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Winning A War Sayings By Freeman Dyson: Science was blamed for all the horrors of World War I, just as it's blamed Science was blamed for all the horrors of World War I, just as it's blamed today for nuclear weapons and quite rightly. I mean World War I was a horrible war and it was mostly the fault of science, so that was in a way a very bad time for science, but on the other hand we were winning all these Nobel Prizes. — Freeman Dyson
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Winning A War Sayings By Patty Murray: We all know that Washington families are making a tremendous commitment to winning the War We all know that Washington families are making a tremendous commitment to winning the War on Terror. Tonight, more than 22,000 Washington state soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines are risking their lives under hostile fire in Iraq, Afghanistan and around the globe. — Patty Murray
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Winning A War Sayings By Winston Churchill: There is no merit in putting off a war for a year if, when it There is no merit in putting off a war for a year if, when it comes, it is far worse or much harder to win. — Winston Churchill
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Winning A War Sayings By John F. Kennedy: I dont think that unless a greater effort is made by the Government to win I dont think that unless a greater effort is made by the Government to win popular support that the war can be won out there. In the final analysis, it is their war. They are the ones who have to win it or lose it. We can help them, we can give them equipment, we can send our men out there as advisers, but they have to win it, the people of Viet-Nam, against the Communists. — John F. Kennedy
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Winning A War Sayings By Winston Churchill: When you are winning a war almost everything that happens can be claimed to be When you are winning a war almost everything that happens can be claimed to be right and wise. — Winston Churchill
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Winning A War Sayings By Paul D. Escott: What southern whites further sought, and in a sense demanded, was respect. This the North What southern whites further sought, and in a sense demanded, was respect. This the North provided after 1876 in paeans to the courage and dedication of soldiers on both sides. Resentment of northern power, the war's destruction, and Reconstruction continued to be strong in the South, and the work of white-supremacist politicians, army veterans, and southern women turned that resentment into a long-lasting ideology of the Lost Cause. Northerners, for their part, congratulated themselves on winning the war and freeing the slaves; they also took pleasure in feeling superior to the South for many generations, while industrialization, urbanization, immigration, and other social changes diverted much of their attention from wartime issues [184]. — Paul D. Escott
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Winning A War Sayings By Arthur Goldberg: America is not fighting to win a war. We are fighting to give an application America is not fighting to win a war. We are fighting to give an application to an old Greek proverb, which is that the purpose of war is not to annihilate an enemy but to get him to mend his ways. And we are confident we can get the enemy to mend his. — Arthur Goldberg
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Winning A War Sayings By Condoleezza Rice: We are at war, and our security as a nation depends on winning that war. We are at war, and our security as a nation depends on winning that war. — Condoleezza Rice
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Winning A War Sayings By Paulo Coelho: Do no be ashamed to make a temporary withdrawal from the field if you see Do no be ashamed to make a temporary withdrawal from the field if you see that your enemy is stronger than you; it is not winning or losing a single battle that matters, but how the war ends. — Paulo Coelho
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Winning A War Sayings By Oliver Stone: If we [Americans] are a strong people, a united people, why do we always have If we [Americans] are a strong people, a united people, why do we always have to hear how great we are? What is this self-love? Where does this come from? It got worse, because after the war we thought we'd won it. That's the first myth. Frankly, Russia won it. The Soviet Union sacrificed far greater form than anyone else to win that war. Secondly, we had the atomic bomb. We should not have dropped it on Japan. We did as an example to the Soviets, not to defeat Japan and to save American lives. These are myths that we explode with a lot of research early on. — Oliver Stone
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Winning A War Sayings By Richard Dawkins: By far the easiest grounds for gaining conscientious objector status in wartime are religious. You By far the easiest grounds for gaining conscientious objector status in wartime are religious. You can be a brilliant moral philosopher with a prize-winning doctoral thesis expounding the evils of war, and still be given a hard time by a draft board evaluating your claim to be a conscientious objector. Yet if you can say that one or both of your parents is a Quaker you sail through like a breeze, no matter how inarticulate and illiterate you may be on the theory of pacifism or, indeed, Quakerism itself. — Richard Dawkins
Winning A War Sayings By Rick Riordan: World War II, you know, that was basically a fight between the sons of Zeus World War II, you know, that was basically a fight between the sons of Zeus and Poseidon on one side, and the sons of Hades on the other. The winning side, Zeus and Poseidon, made Hades swear an oath with them: no more affairs with mortal women. They all swore on the River Styx.' Thunder boomed. — Rick Riordan
Winning A War Sayings By Joe Teti: It's alright if you lose a few battles, but as long as you win the It's alright if you lose a few battles, but as long as you win the war, that's all that matters. — Joe Teti
Winning A War Sayings By Herman Koch: It was war. You're better off winning a war than losing it. History teaches us It was war. You're better off winning a war than losing it. History teaches us that. And biology. You're better off beating someone to death, than being beaten to death. From time immemorial, the man has guarded the entrance to the cave. Intruders are sent packing. People. Animals. A persistent intruder can't say later that he hasn't been warned. — Herman Koch
Winning A War Sayings By Lawrence Lessig: The war against illegal file-sharing is like the church's age-old war against masturbation. It's a The war against illegal file-sharing is like the church's age-old war against masturbation. It's a war you just can't win. — Lawrence Lessig
Winning A War Sayings By John Steinbeck: There were people who gave everything they had to the war because it was the There were people who gave everything they had to the war because it was the last war and by winning it we would remove war like a thorn from the flesh of the world and there wouldn't be any more such horrible nonsense. — John Steinbeck
Winning A War Sayings By Bobby Sands: Guns don't win wars; guns and bombs may kill a man but they cannot make Guns don't win wars; guns and bombs may kill a man but they cannot make him follow their lead, nor will they ever coerce an unyielding man to yield. — Bobby Sands
Winning A War Sayings By Marv Levy: World War II was a must win. World War II was a must win. — Marv Levy
Winning A War Sayings By Walter Russell Mead: It is a kind of ego booster, the way Egypt's winning the 1973 war, in It is a kind of ego booster, the way Egypt's winning the 1973 war, in the first stages, was an uplift. But I did not find when I spoke to people that the war in Iraq was seen as the major issue in American-Arab relations. — Walter Russell Mead
Winning A War Sayings By Earl Nightingale: There are times for all of us when all the laughter seems to be gone, There are times for all of us when all the laughter seems to be gone, but we should not permit these periods to last too long. When we've lost our sense of humor, there isn't very much left. We become ridiculous. We must then go to war against the whole world, and that's a war we cannot win. — Earl Nightingale
Winning A War Sayings By Franklin D. Roosevelt: To win this war, we have been forced into a strategic compromise which will most To win this war, we have been forced into a strategic compromise which will most certainly offend the Russians. — Franklin D. Roosevelt
Winning A War Sayings By George W. Bush: I think that if you don't think we're in a war that you can't win I think that if you don't think we're in a war that you can't win the war. — George W. Bush
Winning A War Sayings By Stefan Heym: And of course, in West Germany, they made every effort that people who came from And of course, in West Germany, they made every effort that people who came from the East would get jobs and would get a comfortable existence. That was part of the Cold War - and part of the winning side of the Cold War. — Stefan Heym
Winning A War Sayings By Charles Caleb Colton: War is a game in which princes seldom win, the people never. War is a game in which princes seldom win, the people never. — Charles Caleb Colton
Winning A War Sayings By Winston Churchill: Always remember, however sure you are that you could easily win, that there would not Always remember, however sure you are that you could easily win, that there would not be a war if the other man did not think he also had a chance. — Winston Churchill
Winning A War Sayings By Bill Hicks: I loved when Bush came out and said, 'We are losing the war against drugs.' I loved when Bush came out and said, 'We are losing the war against drugs.'
You know what that implies? There's a war being fought, and the people on drugs are winning it. — Bill Hicks
Winning A War Sayings By Marv Levy: This is not a must-win; World War II was a must-win (Referring to the Super This is not a must-win; World War II was a must-win (Referring to the Super Bowl) — Marv Levy
Winning A War Sayings By H. Jackson Brown Jr.: Be willing to lose a battle in order to win the war. Be willing to lose a battle in order to win the war. — H. Jackson Brown Jr.
Winning A War Sayings By Hampton Sides: The War Department in Washington briefly weighed more ambitious schemes to relieve the Americans on The War Department in Washington briefly weighed more ambitious schemes to relieve the Americans on a large scale before it was too late. But by Christmas of 1941, Washington had already come to regard Bataan as a lost cause. President Roosevelt had decided to concentrate American resources primarily in the European theater rather than attempt to fight an all-out war on two distant fronts. At odds with the emerging master strategy for winning the war, the remote outpost of Bataan lay doomed. By late December, President Roosevelt and War Secretary Henry Stimson had confided to Winston Churchill that they had regrettably written off the Philippines. In a particularly chilly phrase that was later to become famous, Stimson had remarked, 'There are times when men have to die. — Hampton Sides
Winning A War Sayings By George C. Marshall: A similar statement appears in the US Strategic Bombing Survey Summary Report (European War) (30 A similar statement appears in the US Strategic Bombing Survey Summary Report (European War) (30 September 1945): The great lesson to be learned in the battered towns of England and the ruined cities of Germany is that the best way to win a war is to prevent it from occurring. — George C. Marshall
Winning A War Sayings By Jesse Jackson: We are organising our enemies into a formidable force, we are The US public has We are organising our enemies into a formidable force, we are The US public has turned against the war, the Republicans and Democrats have turned against the war. And so when the American public turns against the war and the Congress turns against the war, it suggests that Americans feel we cannot win that war in those conditions. So the Iraqi Commission says, "Well, we can't win this war militarily, we need to reassess potential allies." There's Syria, there's Iran. — Jesse Jackson
Winning A War Sayings By Muhammad Ali: If America were in a just war I'd volunteer for the front line. I'd do If America were in a just war I'd volunteer for the front line. I'd do the shuffling and win the war. — Muhammad Ali
Winning A War Sayings By Winston Churchill: Any clever person can make plans for winning a war if he has no responsibility Any clever person can make plans for winning a war if he has no responsibility for carrying them out. — Winston Churchill
Winning A War Sayings By Barack Obama: The stakes involved in Washington policy debates are often so high whether we send our The stakes involved in Washington policy debates are often so high
whether we send our young men and women to war; whether we allow stem cell research to go forward
that even small differences in perspective are magnified. The demands of party loyalty, the imperative of campaigns, and the amplification of conflict by the media all contribute to an atmosphere of suspicion. Moreover, most people who serve in Washington have been trained either as lawyers or as political operatives
professions that tend to place a premium on winning arguments rather than solving problems. I can see how, after a certain amount of time in the capital, it becomes tempting to assume that those who disagree with you have fundamentally different values
indeed, that they are motivated by bad faith, and perhaps are bad people. — Barack Obama
Winning A War Sayings By Norman Mailer: We didn't win the Cold War, we were just a big bank that bankrupted a We didn't win the Cold War, we were just a big bank that bankrupted a smaller bank because we had an arms race that wiped the Russians out. — Norman Mailer
Winning A War Sayings By Raul Castro: Preventing a war is tantamount to winning a war. Preventing a war is tantamount to winning a war. — Raul Castro
Winning A War Sayings By Michael Parenti: Candidates who win while spending less than their opponents still usually have to spend quite Candidates who win while spending less than their opponents still usually have to spend quite a lot. While not a surefire guarantor of victory, a large war chest -even if not the largest-is usually a necessary condition. Money may not guarantee victory, but the lack of it usually guarantees defeat. Without large sums, there is rarely much of a campaign, as poorly funded 'minor' candidates have repeatedly discovered. — Michael Parenti
Winning A War Sayings By Randall Dale Adams: You cannot win a game of tug-o-war by merely standing firm. You cannot win a game of tug-o-war by merely standing firm. — Randall Dale Adams
Winning A War Sayings By Jason Jones: I think that winning the battle in Hollywood is a necessary condition to winning the I think that winning the battle in Hollywood is a necessary condition to winning the culture war. — Jason Jones
Winning A War Sayings By Chris Kyle: Great way to fight a war - be prepared to defend yourself for winning. Great way to fight a war - be prepared to defend yourself for winning. — Chris Kyle
Winning A War Sayings By Ken Mehlman: We've suffered a war, and one thing we know: Whenever our nation's faced war, whether We've suffered a war, and one thing we know: Whenever our nation's faced war, whether it was in the 1980s when we were winning the Cold War or in the 1940s during World War II, the responsible thing to do has been to borrow money to win the war. — Ken Mehlman
Winning A War Sayings By Mehmet Murat Ildan: Every day there is a war inside your mind: A war between you and yourself! Every day there is a war inside your mind: A war between you and yourself! One side of you may defeat the other side of you! But you must know that your winning side might fail in the real world! Always be ready to give a chance immediately to your losing side, to your defeated idea! — Mehmet Murat Ildan
Winning A War Sayings By Philip Gourevitch: A serious pacifist approach can't win wars against enemies whose only program is violence. That A serious pacifist approach can't win wars against enemies whose only program is violence. That doesn't mean I think the US has fought terrorists so wisely most of the time since 9/11. But there are some enemies that need to be destroyed by force lest they destroy much much more. — Philip Gourevitch
Winning A War Sayings By Toba Beta: Getting victory over a war that you can definitely win is a common thing. Winning Getting victory over a war that you can definitely win is a common thing.
Winning a war that is totally based on enemy's terms is undisputable victory. — Toba Beta
Winning A War Sayings By John J. Pershing: The representatives of business interests are the men to start this enterprise among our people The representatives of business interests are the men to start this enterprise among our people and bring them to a full realization of the very grave seriousness of this war, to make them feel that we are in this war to win, and the probability is that our entering this war is going to be the deciding factor, and that the burden of the success is going to rest upon the United States. — John J. Pershing
Winning A War Sayings By Timothy McVeigh: If there is a hell, then I'll be in good company with a lot of If there is a hell, then I'll be in good company with a lot of fighter pilots who also had to bomb innocents to win the war. — Timothy McVeigh
Winning A War Sayings By Lucy Corin: A lot of times when I ask people what their apocalyptic fantasy life is like, A lot of times when I ask people what their apocalyptic fantasy life is like, they'll immediately say something like, "Oh, what I think is going to kill us is climate change or World War IV," and that's not what I'm interested in at all. The point is not about winning a bet about what's going to happen. The point is about the human action of examining the possibility, the kind of obsessive imagining about it. — Lucy Corin
Winning A War Sayings By Rosanne Cash: He [Johnny Cash] was so fragile. We invaded Iraq in March, and he died in He [Johnny Cash] was so fragile. We invaded Iraq in March, and he died in September. And because his health was so fragile, he couldn't take the controversy of making a public statement against the war. He knew that people were rabid. They attacked me mercilessly after I did the press conference with Musicians United to Win Without War. He knew that he couldn't tolerate that. — Rosanne Cash
Winning A War Sayings By George Orwell: To these people the war is simply a continuous calamity which sweeps to and fro To these people the war is simply a continuous calamity which sweeps to and fro over their bodies like a tidal wave. Which side is winning is a matter of complete indifference to them. They are aware that a change of overlordship means simply that they will be doing the same work as before for new masters who treat them in the same manner as the old ones. — George Orwell
Winning A War Sayings By Malcolm Muggeridge: It is only possible to succeed at second-rate pursuits - like becoming a millionaire or It is only possible to succeed at second-rate pursuits - like becoming a millionaire or a prime minister, winning a war, seducing beautiful women, flying through the stratosphere, or landing on the moon. First-rate pursuits - involving, as they must, trying to understand what life is about and trying to convey that understanding - inevitably result in a sense of failure. A Napoleon, a Churchill, or a Roosevelt can feel himself to be successful, but never a Socrates, a Pascal, or a Blake. Understanding is forever unattainable. — Malcolm Muggeridge
Winning A War Sayings By Lindsey Graham: I intend to make America strong again. I'm going to be the champion of the I intend to make America strong again. I'm going to be the champion of the middle class, where I came from. If you make me your president, our best days are ahead. I'm ready to be commander-in-chief, ladies and gentlemen, on day one. I intend to win a war that we cannot afford to lose. — Lindsey Graham
Winning A War Sayings By Milton Mayer: Once the war began, the government could do anything 'necessary' to win it; so it Once the war began, the government could do anything 'necessary' to win it; so it was with the 'final solution of the Jewish problem,' which the Nazis always talked about but never dared undertake, not even the Nazis, until war and its 'necessities' gave them the knowledge that they could get away with it. The people abroad who thought that war against Hitler would help the Jews were wrong. And the people in Germany who, once the war had begun, still thought of complaining, protesting, resisting, were betting on Germany's losing the war. It was a long bet. Not many made it. — Milton Mayer
Winning A War Sayings By Robert McNamara: I don't object to its being called "McNamara's war." I think it is a very I don't object to its being called "McNamara's war." I think it is a very important war and I am pleased to be identified with it and do whatever I can to win it. — Robert McNamara
Winning A War Sayings By Sylvester Stallone: The men in Vietnam weren't allowed to fight the war with any kind of concern The men in Vietnam weren't allowed to fight the war with any kind of concern to win by the government. It was like a war of attrition. — Sylvester Stallone
Winning A War Sayings By Bernie Sanders: The right wing in this country is waging a war against women, and let me The right wing in this country is waging a war against women, and let me be very clear, it is not a war that we are going to allow them to win. — Bernie Sanders
Winning A War Sayings By Adam Schiff: Winning the war on terrorism will also require a level of moral clarity that can Winning the war on terrorism will also require a level of moral clarity that can provide a vision for struggling people and nations everywhere. — Adam Schiff
Winning A War Sayings By Jim O'Connor: Gettysburg is still considered the most famous battle of the war. Why? At Gettysburg, the Gettysburg is still considered the most famous battle of the war. Why? At Gettysburg, the tide turned. Up until then, the South had been winning. After Gettysburg, the Confederates were no longer sure their army was unbeatable. And after two years of losing battles, the Northern forces gained pride and confidence. They believed the war was theirs to win. And they were right. Gettysburg was a prosperous market town of 2,400 people. A network of ten roads extended out from town like the spokes of a wheel. Until July 1863, Gettysburg was not well known like other cities in Pennsylvania such as Philadelphia or Harrisburg. — Jim O'Connor
Winning A War Sayings By Vida Dutton Scudder: War to win peace is at best a dangerously illogical method. War to win peace is at best a dangerously illogical method. — Vida Dutton Scudder
Winning A War Sayings By Ruth Benedict: Japan likewise put her hopes of victory on a different basis from that prevalent in Japan likewise put her hopes of victory on a different basis from that prevalent in the United States. ( ... ) Even when she was winning, her civilian statesmen, her High Command, and her soldiers repeated that this was no contest between armaments; it was pitting of our faith in things against their faith in spirit. — Ruth Benedict
Winning A War Sayings By George S. Patton: Now in war we are confronted with conditions which are strange If we accept them Now in war we are confronted with conditions which are strange If we accept them we will never win. Since being realistic, as in mundane combats fistic We will get a bloody nose and that's a sin. — George S. Patton
Winning A War Sayings By A. Philip Randolph: Winning Democracy for the Negro is winning the war for Democracy Winning Democracy for the Negro is winning the war for Democracy — A. Philip Randolph
Winning A War Sayings By Barack Obama: When we send our young men and women into harm's way, we have a solemn When we send our young men and women into harm's way, we have a solemn obligation not to fudge the numbers or shade the truth about why they're going, to care for their families while they're gone, to tend to the soldiers upon their return, and to never ever go to war without enough troops to win the war, secure the peace, and earn the respect of the world. — Barack Obama
Winning A War Sayings By Ann Coulter: Reagan took an approach to the Cold War dramatically different from any other US President. Reagan took an approach to the Cold War dramatically different from any other US President. To wit, he thought we should win. This was a fresh concept. At the time, it was widely ridiculed as a dangerous alteration of US policy. Only after it worked was Reagan's dangerous foreign policy recast as merely a continuation of the policies of his predecessors. — Ann Coulter
Winning A War Sayings By George W. Bush: I want to remind you all that in order to fight and win the war, I want to remind you all that in order to fight and win the war, it requires an expenditure of money that is commiserate with keeping a promise to our troops to make sure that they're well-paid, well-trained, well-equipped. — George W. Bush
Winning A War Sayings By Charles Bukowski: nobody can save you butyourself.you will be put again and againinto nearly impossiblesituations.they will attempt nobody can save you but
yourself.
you will be put again and again
into nearly impossible
situations.
they will attempt again and again
through subterfuge, guise and
force
to make you submit, quit and/or die quietly
inside.

nobody can save you but
yourself
and it will be easy enough to fail
so very easily
but don't, don't, don't.
just watch them.
listen to them.
do you want to be like that?
a faceless, mindless, heartless
being?
do you want to experience
death before death?

nobody can save you but
yourself
and you're worth saving.
it's a war not easily won
but if anything is worth winning then
this is it.

think about it.
think about saving your self. — Charles Bukowski
Winning A War Sayings By Charles Eisenstein: You can't just do whatever you feel like." "You can't just do anything you want." You can't just do whatever you feel like." "You can't just do anything you want." "You have to learn self-restraint." "You're only interested in gratifying your desires." "You don't care about anything but your own pleasure." Can you hear the judgmentality in these admonitions? Can you see how they reproduce the mentality of domination that runs our civilization? Goodness comes through conquest. Health comes through conquering bacteria. Agriculture is improved by eliminating pests. Society is made safe by winning the war on crime. On my walk today, students accosted me, asking if I wanted to join the "fight" against pediatric cancer. There are so many fights, crusades, campaigns, so many calls to overcome the enemy by force. No wonder we apply the same strategy to ourselves. Thus it is that the inner devastation of the Western psyche matches exactly the outer devastation it has wreaked upon the planet. Wouldn't you like to be part of a different kind of revolution? — Charles Eisenstein
Winning A War Sayings By Dick Cheney: After 9/11, it became clear that we [the United States] had to do several things After 9/11, it became clear that we [the United States] had to do several things to have a successful strategy to win the global war on terror, specifically that we had to go after the terrorists wherever we might find them, that we also had to go after state sponsors of terror, those who might provide sanctuary or safe harbor for terror. — Dick Cheney
Winning A War Sayings By Stormie O'martian: Some people think that because Jesus accomplished everything on the cross, we don't have to Some people think that because Jesus accomplished everything on the cross, we don't have to do anything at all. But if that's true, why did Jesus teach us to pray, "Deliver us from the evil one" (Matthew 6:13)? Why did Paul say to "pray without ceasing" (1 Thessalonians 5:17)? Yes, the victory over evil was accomplished on the cross, but the enemy is still here. He is a defeated enemy, but he is still waging the war. We don't want him winning any battles on our watch, especially as long as we can be part of the force God has called to stop him. We must have the whole armor of God protecting us at all times so we can stand successfully against the enemy's plans for not only our life, but also the lives of others. — Stormie O'martian
Winning A War Sayings By Clark Gable: Disagreeing with the fervent patriotism of the Confederates: "I think it's hard winning a war Disagreeing with the fervent patriotism of the Confederates: "I think it's hard winning a war with words, gentlemen ... I'm saying very plainly that the Yankees are better equipped than we ... All we've got is cotton and slaves, and arrogance." "I seem to be spoiling everybody's brandy and cigars and dreams of victory." — Clark Gable
Winning A War Sayings By Graham T. Allison: When we succeeded in winning the Cold War, escaping a nuclear Armageddon that could have When we succeeded in winning the Cold War, escaping a nuclear Armageddon that could have killed us all, the U.S. inevitably had a serious problem about an encore: what now for our place in the world? — Graham T. Allison
Winning A War Sayings By Donald Trump: We have to get a lot tougher if we're going to win this war [with We have to get a lot tougher if we're going to win this war [with ISIS]. If we're not going to be tougher, we're never going to win this war. This is only going to get worse. — Donald Trump