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George Allen
March 8, 1952 -
Nationality: American
Category: Politician
Subcategory: American Politician

Every time you win, you're reborn; when you lose, you die a little.


Success is what you do with your ability. It's how you use your talent.


One of the most difficult things everyone has to learn is that for your entire life you must keep fighting and adjusting if you hope to survive. No matter who you are or what your position is you must keep fighting for whatever it is you desire to achieve.


Persevere and get it done.


The street to obscurity is paved with athletes who can perform great feats before friendly crowds.


Each of us has been put on earth with the ability to do something well. We cheat ourselves and the world if we don't use that ability as best we can.


We are so appreciative of the men and women in uniform who are protecting us, whether in Afghanistan or Iraq or on ships around the world. For our security, they are taking the offensive to the terrorists overseas.


Try not to do too many things at once. Know what you want, the number one thing today and tomorrow. Persevere and get it done.


If you want to catch more fish, use more hooks.


When we get to the future, I'll determine the future.


The idea of reasoning with terrorists without force or with appeasement is naive, and I think it's dangerous.


Forget the past- the future will give you plenty to worry about.


We should favor innovation and freedom over regulation.


It is vital that the United States maintains open lines of communication with our allies. We must assure them of our commitment to eradicating global terrorism wherever it may reside or wherever it's given haven.


Every day you waste is one you can never make up.


Winning is the science of being totally prepared.


I rise today to offer a formal and heartfelt apology to all the victims of lynching in our history, and for the failure of the United States Senate to take action when action was most needed.


Work hard, stay positive, and get up early. It's the best part of the day.


The tougher the job, the greater the reward.


We're going to hear a lot of spirited discussion about the President's plan in the next few days and weeks and that's fine as long as everyone comes ready to talk and not just snipe, complain and argue.


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