From the speech, Citizenship in a Republic, 1910

If a public man tries to get your vote by saying that he will do something wrong in your interest, you can be absolutely certain that if ever it becomes worth his while he will do something wrong against your interest.

–  Theodore Roosevelt

Read it in context here.

2 thoughts on “From the speech, Citizenship in a Republic, 1910

    • Yeah I know. The irony is that this is one of those “takes one to know one” sorts of situations…. or that he speaks from direct experience, etc..

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