"I have never advocated war except as a means of peace."
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Ulysses S. Grant
(1822-1885) 18th US President
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 -- Robert, Sarasota      
This is an outstanding quote/thought; it is simple, succinct and powerful. Although Grant's Presidency was marred, this is an excellent example of the type of beliefs that helped him to achieve success as a leader. Excellent & thought provoking quotes provided again. Thanks Mr. S!
 -- Pvt. Samuel Barr, Willow Grove     
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    The one justifcation, sadly sometimes necessary... Gulf War I is a good example... Gulf War II is a bad example...
     -- Anonymous, Reston, VA US     
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    EXCELLENT QUOTE. ALTHOUGH THE COMMENTS FROM THE MORON FROM RESTON VA IS TYPICAL AND IS REMINDS US OF HOW MANY SHALLOW THINKERS RESIDE IN THE COUNTRY. DAVID PUCCI, PENNSYLVANIA, AMERICAN FIRST.
     -- Anonymous     
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    Be prepared! Have a military to defend the country. Carry a concealed weapon so criminals worry about being killed.
     -- Joe, Rochester, MI     
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    It wasn't well said and I didn't think it is a good quote.
     -- Robert E. Lee, Alexandria, VI     
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