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Presidential Respect Quotes By Michael Mandelbaum

A presidential candidate who appeared not to understand or respect the parameters of responsible foreign policy conduct would not get the political support necessary to win the office. — Michael Mandelbaum

Presidential Respect Quotes By Richard M. Nixon

Our peaceful borders and our peaceful history are important symbols, to be sure. What they symbolize, however, is the spirit of respect and restraint which allow us to cooperate, despite our differences, in way which help us both. — Richard M. Nixon

Presidential Respect Quotes By Anonymous

Weed was confident that the British would have no idea anything was amiss with Seward's presidential aspirations and would treat him with the respect afforded to the next leader of the Americans. — Anonymous

Presidential Respect Quotes By Ronald Reagan

As two proud and independent peoples, there is much that distinguishes us one from the other, but there is also much that we share: a vast continent, with its common hardships and uncommon duties; generations of mutual respect and support, and an abiding friendship that grows ever stronger. — Ronald Reagan

Presidential Respect Quotes By Dwight D. Eisenhower

By mutual respect, understanding and with good will we can find acceptable solutions to any problems which exist or may arise between us. — Dwight D. Eisenhower

Presidential Respect Quotes By Joe Lieberman

You know, I respect what Howard Dean has been able to do. It's good for our party. But I've got to tell you this: If money alone decided presidential nominations, Phil Gramm would have been nominated in '96. — Joe Lieberman

Presidential Respect Quotes By Richard M. Nixon

It has been said that Canada is bounded 'on the north by gold, on the west by the East, on the east by history - and on the south by friends'.* We hope that will always be the case and we hope it will be the case not only with respect to the United States, your immediate neighbor to the south, but with respect to all your southern neighbors - and ours - who are bound by the great forces of geography and history which are distinctive to the New World. — Richard M. Nixon

Presidential Respect Quotes By Winston Churchill

The very first thing the President [Truman] did was to show me the new Presidential Seal, which he had just redesigned. He explained, 'The seal has to go everywhere the President goes. It must be displayed upon the lectern when he speaks. The eagle used to face the arrows but I have re-designed it so that it now faces the olive branches ... what do you think?' I said, 'Mr. President, with the greatest respect, I would prefer the American eagle's neck to be on a swivel so that it could face the olive branches or the arrows, as the occasion might demand.' — Winston Churchill

Presidential Respect Quotes By John Adams

I consider a decent respect for Christianity among the best recommendations for public service. — John Adams

Presidential Respect Quotes By Harry S. Truman

We seek a peaceful world, a prosperous world, a free world, a world of good neighbors, living on terms of equality and mutual respect, as Canada and the United States have lived for generations. — Harry S. Truman

Presidential Respect Quotes By Kaleel Jamison

Everybody has seen what happens when an ordinary person takes on a title or an office. When a new president is inaugurated, he takes on the awe and respect of his office and begins to act like a president. Ordinary men (and I would certainly hope, one day, ordinary women)...lose their old roles and become the president. — Kaleel Jamison

Presidential Respect Quotes By Lyndon B. Johnson

Our partnership has been built on four pillars The first pillar is peace. The second pillar is freedom. The third pillar is respect. The fourth pillar is cooperation. — Lyndon B. Johnson

Presidential Respect Quotes By Robert M. Gates

I always thought Obama was "presidential." He treated the office of the presidency with respect. I rarely saw him in the Oval Office with a coat and tie, and he always conducted himself with dignity. He was a man of personal integrity, and in his personal behavior - at least to the extent I could observe it - he was an excellent role model...I thought Obama was first-rate in both intellect and temperament." Page 300 — Robert M. Gates