“Errors, Or Caprices Of The Temper, Can Be Pardoned AND Forgotten…”

“…But, A Cold, Deliberate Crime Of The Heart Is NOT To Be Washed Away.”

THOMAS PAINE

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“A Government, Or An Administration, Who Means And Acts Honestly…”

“…Has Nothing To Fear, And Consequently, Has Nothing To Conceal.”

THOMAS PAINE

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“Whatever Has A Tendency To Promote The Civil Intercourse Of Nations…”

“…By An Exchange Of Benefits, Is A Subject As Worthy Of PHILOSOPHY As Of POLITICS.

THOMAS PAINE

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“Rights Are Not Gifts From One Man To Another, Nor From One Class Of Men To Another…”

“…For Who Is He Who Could Be The First Giver, Or By What Principle, Or On What Authority Could He Possess The Right Of Giving?

THOMAS PAINE

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“When It Shall Be Said In Any Country In The World…”

“…My Poor Are Happy… Neither Ignorance Nor Distress Is To Be Found Among Them… My Jails Are Empty Of Prisoners… My Streets Of Beggars… The Aged Are Not In Want… The Taxes Are Not Oppressive… The Rational World Is My Friend, Because I Am The Friend Of Its Happiness. When These Things Can Be Said, Then May That Country Boast Its Constitution And It’s Government.”

THOMAS PAINE

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“We Sometimes Experience Sensations To Which Language Is Not Equal…”

“…The Conception Is Too Bulky To Be Born Alive, And In The Torture Of Thinking We Stand Dumb.  Our Feelings, Imprisoned By Their Magnitude, Find No Way Out, And, In The Struggle Of Expression, Every Finger Tries To Be A Tongue.

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