You don't stand for something, you fall for anything
It’s a paraphrase of a famous quote by Alexander Hamilton, which was made famous by Malcolm X, which plays on the words standing and falling. Standing means representing something, while falling means getting fooled. Therefore, if you don’t have principles, you can easily get swayed by anything.
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