Who Said It? Political Edition

It seems that both politics and politicians rarely change. America is blessed, however, to have a heritage of colorful political figures and commentators who have uttered many memorable saying throughout our history. Your job is to match the quote to the person who said it.

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"A statesman is a politician who has been dead ten or fifteen years."
Teddy Roosevelt
Harry Truman
Herbert Hoover
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"An election cannot give a country a firm sense of direction if it has two or more national parties which merely have different names but are as alike in their principles and aims as two peas in the same pod."
Ron Paul
Ross Perot
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
3 of 12
"The Democrats seem to be basically nicer people, but they have demonstrated time and again that they have the management skills of celery."
Pat Sajak
Dave Barry
Paul Harvey
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"The ballot is stronger than the bullet."
Abraham Lincoln
William McKinley
John F. Kennedy
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“Our greatest primary task is to put people to work. This is no unsolvable problem if we face it wisely and courageously."
Ronald Reagan
Barack Obama
Franklin Roosevelt
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"Vote early and vote often."
Joe Kennedy, Sr.
Karl Rove
Al Capone
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"It has been said that politics is the second oldest profession. I have learned that it bears a striking resemblance to the first."
Dwight Eisenhower
Ronald Reagan
George H.W. Bush
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"I don't want to send them to jail. I want to send them to school." (After being assulted by demontrators)
Adlai Stevenson
Lyndon Johnson
Jimmy Carter
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"I always turn to the sports page first, which records people's accomplishments. The front page has nothing but men's failures."
Sam Rayburn
Sam Ervin
Earl Warren
10 of 12
"Power is the ultimate aphrodisiac."
Henry Kissinger
Richard Nixon
Spiro Agnew
11 of 12
"If Barney Frank can come out of the closet, why can't I come out of the suitcase?"
Tom DeLay
Tip O'Neill
Bill Clinton
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"A fool and his money are soon elected."
Will Rogers
Gore Vidal
Henny Youngman