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Brass balls award.

Who said the following uplifting, heartfelt statements on this National Day of Prayer? (Ahem…)

“No man or woman of any faith or of no faith can truly love, truly serve, truly persevere, truly dare mighty deeds, truly hope for the future or truly honor the past, without a humble heart.”

“So it is for humility…I ask for your prayers today. Because the only way we can serve well is to serve humbly, as servants both to God and our nation.”

“And while all these gifts carry with them unprecedented temptations toward pride, so do they carry unprecedented opportunities for humble service – here in Congress, across America, and around the world in the hearts of all people of all faiths.”

“Here in Washington, the seat of the most powerful nation in history, these days pose unique challenges and offer unique opportunities. For however dangerous, these days we live are the envy of all times and men.”

Think of what we could accomplish if we checked our pride at the door, if collectively we all spent less time taking credit and more time deserving it. If we spent less time ducking responsibility and more time welcoming it. If we spent less time on our soapboxes and more time on our knees.”

The Lone Star Exterminator and ethics stink bomb Tom DeLay
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