1. The Salvation Army
2. A euphemism for the US Army
Oftentimes, as we discuss our country, we think in terms of our strength being the military. And I happen to believe it's important to have a strong military to keep the peace. ... The true strength--(applause)--the true strength of the country is the hearts and souls of our citizens. That's the true strength of America, see. Government can hand out money ... but government cannot put hope in a person's heart or a sense of purpose in a person's life. That happens when a loving soul, like Charlene puts her arm around somebody who hurts and says, what can I do to help you? What can I do to make your life a better life? How can I, a citizen of America, interface with you, to help you understand there is a bright hope and a better future? No, the strength of this country is the hearts and souls of the soldiers in the army of compassion.
A recently 2003
introduced ultra-luxury car, built by DaimlerChrysler and named after Karl Maybach, one of the founders of Daimler. Comes in two sizes, the 57 and the 62.
As used by Jay-Z in "Excuse Me Miss Again": Then hop ya ass out that S-class
Lay back in that Maybach ...