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The 40 Greatest Quotes From Winston Churchill

JB in MS Wrote: Jan 19, 2013 2:20 PM
There are no more great statesmen, the media and political correctness will not allow it. Instead we get a zero-accomplishment, pop-culture bitter narcissist and his wife, the first scold. Pitiful. Hey, at least he wrote that book, you know, back in his choom-gang days : "The Audacity of Dope"
dbyrne Wrote: Jan 19, 2013 5:19 PM
Great Statesmen are indeed rare...In my lifetime we have been blessed by Ike, Barry Goldwater, the father of republican conservatism, and RR, the great communicator.. JFK had only a brief moment in the sun, but could have been the greatest.. All is not gloom...we have a gov from Maine and a sen. from FL...up and coming...

The finest American President of the 20th century was Ronald Reagan, but the greatest world leader during that time was Winston Churchill. Had the Brits not had a man of his caliber at the helm during World War 2, world history may have turned out very differently. Not only was Churchill a great leader, he was one of the single most quotable men who has ever walked God's green earth.

40) “It is no use saying, ‘We are doing our best.’ You have got to succeed in doing what is necessary.”

39) “I may be drunk, Miss, but in the...