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THE UGANDA PEOPLES CONGRESS

PRESIDENTIAL QUOTES REVISITED

U.P.C
UGANDA

Dr.Apollo
Milton Obote
1st UPC President
UPC-UG. Founding Father:

"For God & My Country"

U.P.C
UGANDA



PRESIDENTIAL QUOTES REVISITED

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1


On satisfaction:
There are people so so hungry that
GOD can appear to them
only in the form of bread.
- Mahatma Ghandi (1869-1948)



2


On satisfaction:
We are so hungry President,
now what should we cook?
COOK YOUR HEADS!
- Uganda's Founding Father
and (UPC) President
Dr. Apollo Milton Obote



3


It all depends
on what your
definition of is is
- Bill Clinton
or
It all depends on
on what your
definition of for is
- Anon.



4


On speediness:
I cannot go any faster
than the people will let me.
- Franklin D. Roosevelt.



5


No tiring:
"We will not waver,
we will not tire,
we will not falter,
and we will not fail."
- George W. Bush



6


we here highly resolve that these
dead shall not have died in vain.
That this nation under God, shall
have, a new birth of freedom; and
that the government of the people,
by the people, for the people,
shall not perish from the earth.
- Abraham Lincoln (Gettysburg)



7


"Africa faces three major challenges namely,
poverty, conflicts and HIV/Aids disease.
Africa is still suffering the effects of slave
trade, colonialism and apartheid." �All these
took a great toll of African population. Many
people perished. America was built on slave
labour even parts of Europe benefited,�
- Kenneth Kaunda in Kampala on June 12, 2004



8


On speediness:
I think I underestimated the inertia
and the momentum of the Federal
bureaucracy..it is difficult to change.
- Jimmy Carter



9


On negotiations:
My white house staff has been arguing with me that
way the whole morning. What you and they do not
realize is that they can spank but I have to persuade.
- Dwight D. Eisenhower



10


On advisors:
No matter how many advisors you have, the president must
finally choose...S/HE bears the burden...the advisor may
move on to new advice.
J.F.Kennedy.



11


On foreign policy:
The president makes the foreign policy.
S/He has more power in the foreign policy
than in any other part of government,
because nobody can direct and make foreign
policy but the president herself/himself.
- Harry Truman.



12


On the judiciary:
The office of Chief Justice is
a situation of highest trust,
of the deepest responsbility,
and of influence far more
extensive than that of the
president of the U.S.A.
- John Quincy Adams.





13

On socio-econ. policies, civil rights & public works
(Domestic Policies):
We are a party of the New Freedom, the New Deal, and
the New Frontier. We have always been the party of
hope...for the industrialization of America...hope that
(the) price of..employment shall not be unsafe workplace
and a death at an earlier age...that prosperity shall
not be purchased by poisoning the air, the rivers and
the natural resources that are the greatest gift of the
continent...
Let us offer hope...for a stable economy...real tax reform
for national health insurance. We can be proud that our
party...stands for investment in safe energy, instead of a
nuclear future that may threaten the future itself...for a
fair housing law to unlock the doors of discrimination
once and for all...for the ratification of equal rights
amendment.
- Edward M.Kennedy.



14. President re-defined:
Still other scholars have argued that presidents are a
little more than prisoners of forces beyond their
control...perhaps puppets of a capitalist ruling class
or other elite groups.
(- Marx and Engels; C. Wright Mills.)

11. Ears to the ground:
President McKinley retained his popularity by keeping
his ear so close to the ground he got it full of grass
hopers.
- Speaker Joseph Cannon.

15. On assigning blame:
To imagine the president as a sort of boss of the works
under whose all-seeing eye everything takes place, is
merely to imagine what does not exist, and never will.
- Edward Corwin

16. On the Chief Of Staff:
Sherman Adams (Eisenhower's Chief of Staff)
ruled for several years as an autocrat who seemed to
know the workings of
the presidencey far better
than the president himself.
- Clinton Rossiter.

17. On the constitution:
In every large collection of people, there must be a
visible point serving as a common center in the gov.t.
towards which to draw their eyes and attachments. The
constitution must fix for a person or a congress of people,
superior in the opinion of the people to the most
popular person in the different parts of the community,
or else people will opt to divide and follow their
own respective leaders.
- Federal Farmer.

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