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Adlai Stevenson once commented It is often easier to fight for principles than to live up to them I have observed this statement to be true in all aspects of life from common everyday activities such as traffic signals to world devastating events involving presidents and deadly nuclear weapons Many drivers yell scream and curse out other drivers daily for not giving turning signals Forgetting to turn on signals can lead to dangerous and sometimes deadly accidents Everyone feels drivers should practice this simple decency and that breakers of this signal law should cursed at So many people however dont use their turning signals Sometimes a person is having a bad day and has so much on their mind while driving that such small details are forgotten Or like my mom on Monday mornings late driving me to school the pressure from teenage drivers often causes her to forget the turning signals Drivers like my mom condemn others for breaking the traffic laws but often find they are unable to practice what they preach Driving signals seem miniature when compared to crimes such as adultery The leader of the free world Bill Clinton has said in many speeches how much family loyalty is important for success He seems to have great morals as he commands a country that speaks out for justice and peace Yet Clinton was recently caught cheating on the first lady and the US the number one advocate of global nuclear disarmament has more nuclear weapons and continues to build them faster than any three countries combined It is easy to say and claim something without actually doing it The true statement It is often easier to fight for principles than to live up to them by Adlai Stevenson holds water from the world of common people to the world of presidents People often know
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