Quotes: Who said it and where? - Page 4




 
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January 22nd, 2005  
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John F. Kennedy is my guess.
January 23rd, 2005  
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I guess I made that one a bit too hard. The quote was said by SEN Authur Vandenberge in 1939 as he made his case for American Isolationism

"The foreign policy of the Soviet Union is clear and explicit. We stand for peace and the strengthening our business relations will all countries. That is our position; and we shall adhere to this position as long as these countries maintain like relations with the Soviet Union and as long as they make no attempt to trespass on the interest of our Country."

who said it for 200 mil bucks
January 23rd, 2005  
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Yeah, Doody, you made the previous one harder than a Brazil nut.

Here's my guess at the latest:

Nikita Khruschev
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January 24th, 2005  
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negative over
January 24th, 2005  
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Hmm, Gorbachev?
January 24th, 2005  
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negative over

think about someone who you'd never expect to say that quote.
January 24th, 2005  
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Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn?
January 24th, 2005  
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you?
January 24th, 2005  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by nulli secundus
you?
I had a good time explaining to my wife why I was laughing so hard after I read your response. Think of the last Soviet leader you'd expect to say something like that and you have found your man.

If you are all wondering, my wife got me the book Diplomacy by Hanry Kissinger. It is stock full of good quotes.

Since this has been hard for you all, I will give 350 mil bucks to the winner
January 24th, 2005  
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Joseph Stalin