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Mr. Smith Goes to Washington


“I wonder if it isn’t a curse to go through life wised up like you and me.”
“Liberty is too precious to be buried in books.  Men should hold it up in front of them every single day of their lives and say, ‘I’m free.’”
“He used to say to me, “Have you ever noticed how grateful you are to see daylight again after coming through a long dark tunnel?”…Always try to see life around you as if you’d just come out of a tunnel.”
“I wouldn’t give you two cents for all your fancy rules if behind them they didn’t have a little bit of plain ordinary everyday kindness, and a little looking out for the other fellow, too.”
“Don’t miss the wonders that surround you because every tree, every rock, every anthill, every star is filled with the wonders of nature.”
“Odds against them didn’t stop those men.  They were fools that way.  All the good that ever came into this world came from fools with faith like that.”
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