Grover Cleveland - Quotes

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Communism is a hateful thing, and a menace to peace and organized government.

Communism is a hateful thing, and a menace to peace and organized government.

Officeholders are the agents of the people, not their masters. ---->>>

Sometimes I wake at night in the White House and rub my eyes and wonder if it is not all a dream.

Sometimes I wake at night in the White House and rub my eyes and wonder if it is not all a dream.

I know there is a Supreme Being who rules the affairs of men and whose goodness and mercy have always followed the American people, and I know He will not turn from us now if we humbly and reverently seek His powerful aid. ---->>>

I have tried so hard to do right. ---->>>

The ship of democracy, which has weathered all storms, may sink through the mutiny of those on board. ---->>>

Honor lies in honest toil.

Honor lies in honest toil.

It is better to be defeated standing for a high principle than to run by committing subterfuge. ---->>>

Party honesty is party expediency.

Party honesty is party expediency.

Though the people support the government, the government should not support the people.

Though the people support the government, the government should not support the people.

A truly American sentiment recognizes the dignity of labor and the fact that honor lies in honest toil.

A truly American sentiment recognizes the dignity of labor and the fact that honor lies in honest toil.

A government for the people must depend for its success on the intelligence, the morality, the justice, and the interest of the people themselves.

A government for the people must depend for its success on the intelligence, the morality, the justice, and the interest of the people themselves.

What is the use of being elected or re-elected, unless you stand for something? ---->>>

Sensible and responsible women do not want to vote. The relative positions to be assumed by man and woman in the working out of our civilization were assigned long ago by a higher intelligence than ours.

Sensible and responsible women do not want to vote. The relative positions to be assumed by man and woman in the working out of our civilization were assigned long ago by a higher intelligence than ours.

I would rather the man who presents something for my consideration subject me to a zephyr of truth and a gentle breeze of responsibility rather than blow me down with a curtain of hot wind. ---->>>

I have considered the pension list of the republic a roll of honor. ---->>>

No man has ever yet been hanged for breaking the spirit of a law. ---->>>

Your every voter, as surely as your chief magistrate, exercises a public trust.

Your every voter, as surely as your chief magistrate, exercises a public trust.

The United States is not a nation to which peace is a necessity. ---->>>

He mocks the people who proposes that the government shall protect the rich and that they in turn will care for the laboring poor. ---->>>

Public officers are the servants and agents of the people, to execute the laws which the people have made. ---->>>

Some day I will be better remembered. ---->>>

In the scheme of our national government, the presidency is preeminently the people's office. ---->>>

After an existence of nearly 20 years of almost innocuous desuetude, these laws are brought forth. ---->>>

Minds do not act together in public; they simply stick together; and when their private activities are resumed, they fly apart again. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: March 18, 1837
Birthplace:
Die: 06-24, 1908
Occupation: President
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Stephen Grover Cleveland (March 18, 1837 – June 24, 1908) was an American politician and lawyer who was the 22nd and 24th President of the United States. He won the popular vote for three presidential elections – in 1884, 1888, and 1892 – and was one of two Democrats (with Woodrow Wilson) to be elected president during the era of Republican political domination dating from 1861 to 1933 (wikipedia)