15 of Margaret Thatcher's memorable remarks

Associated Press

Born October 13, 1925, former British Prime Minister Margaret "The Iron Lady" Thatcher passed away Monday, April 8, 2013 at the age of 87 after suffering a stroke at the Ritz hotel in London.

Thatcher, who had the title of Prime Minister for 11 years starting in 1979, was best known for her strong will and left a legacy admired by supporters and lambasted by critics.

In honor of Lady Thatcher's birthday, here are some of her most memorable remarks:

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A Guy With A Brain
Enid, OK

Margaret Thatcher: "I seem to smell the stench of appeasement in the air."

Man!, oh, man!, now THAT'S a quote I'd love to direct at liberals and squishy Republicans....

Salt Lake City, UT

Mrs. Thatcher was a giant. Her clarity of thought and vision has been lost on today's politicians. Thanks for her quotes.

American Fork, UT

"Poor dear, there's nothing between his ears."

--British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, speaking to one of her officials about Reagan, cited by Peter Jenkins, Mrs. Thatcher's Revolution

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