"The brave man inattentive to his duty,
is worth little more to his country than
the coward who deserts her in the hour of danger."
by:
Andrew Jackson
(1767-1845) 7th US President
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IT IS A REAL GOOD QOUTE I LOVE THAT I BELIEVE THAT IT IS REALLY GOOD TO LEARN AND UNDERSTAND IT
 -- CHARDINAE, JERSEY CITY     
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    it encourages. it is good. very good
     -- ellen, harare zimbabwe     
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     -- Anonymous      
    ITS TELLLING THE TRUTH! IT MAKES US WANT TO FIGHT.
     -- Kayleena, AZ     
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    Fighting & especially war feeds the Beast. The Super Rich laugh at & love Jackson & his wars & Lincoln & his war. They Feed ON it! Bank or no bank the Big Money Rules. The Fed is a dog & pony show. Politics is a dog & pony show. Lincoln was assasinated for one reason - he issued debt-free US Notes. Kennedy was assassinated for reissuing them. War is a dog & pony show, all controlled by Big Money & nothing else. All our beliefs trained into us in church & school are for the purpose of WAR between each other & between states & nations. You want the Truth? You can't handle the Truth! You can only handle pretty lies!! You are fat, lazy & stupid!! Too weak to do anything but snivel. Big Money likes you that way. Women rule. Men are pregnant. Fuggeddabaddit!!!
     -- Loser, Milheim, Pa.     
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     -- jim k, Austin      
    I'm not quite sure how to rate this. I can put definitions to the quote where 5 stars would not be enough while on the other hand, a thumb's down doesn't do it justice either. Context would help. Jackson was one of those love or hate him kind of people  except for rare exceptions, he was not the greatest advocate of rights or liberty.


     -- Mike, Norwalk     
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