The lesson of the Cuban Missile Crisis is plain: Strength prevents war; weakness invites it. We need a commander-in-chief who understands that - and who won't leave us facing a foe who thinks he doesn't.
Peace through strength works; but the flip side is war invited by weakness.
Everybody has a weakness. Mine is food.
As women, we all have certain weaknesses. I know one who can't resist pretty shoes but has nothing suitable to wear with them. Others adore frilly lingerie but never have any money to buy outer clothing.
As for my looks, if I didn't look the way I do, I would probably be one of those many faces doing a romcom, which I detest. The way I look has somewhere defined the characters I played. My weakness has become my strength.
I have one weakness: I love meat loaf.
Negotiating with the Taliban must be done from a position of strength. Negotiating from a position of weakness would be a disaster.
You can't let praise or criticism get to you. It's a weakness to get caught up in either one.
I'm really into good nutrition and keeping healthy! That said, I'm also addicted to candy - It's my biggest weakness.
Don't mistake niceness for weakness.
Compassion is not weakness, and concern for the unfortunate is not socialism.
Vulnerability is not weakness. And that myth is profoundly dangerous.
Men walk this tightrope where any sign of weakness illicits shame, and so they're afraid to make themselves vulnerable for fear of looking weak.
My weakness is 'American Idol.' My husband thinks it's ridiculous. But I am so inspired by those young people who are singing their guts out.
Well, shoes, bags and clutches are usually my big weaknesses - my husband always laughs when I call them 'investment pieces.'
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