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By mlq3 Posted in Daily Dose on February 14, 2006 4 Comments 1 min read
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The choice of a prince’s ministers is a matter of no little importance; they are either good or not according to the prudence of the prince. The first impression that one gets of a ruler and of his brains is from seeing the men that he has about him. When they are competent and faithful one can always consider him wise, as he has been able to recognize their ability and keep them faithful. But when they are the reverse, one can always form an unfavorable opinion of him, because the first mistake that he makes is in making his choice.
“Of the Secretaries of Princes”: The Prince

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  1. machiavelli at its best… now talking of GMA, not much of a difference, with what shes doing just to cling on to power!

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