John Wilkes Booth apparently said it.
@Mawaneu, Yeah right before (or after, sources differ) he shot Lincoln. it means "as it always is with Tyrants" and it was meant to emphasize that Lincoln was a tryrant and therefore had to be killed. Wilkes Booth compared his killing of Lincoln to that of Brutus killing Caesar, a noble man performing an untimate sacrifice to protect his nation from Tyrant. That was Wilkes Booth's view of the assassination anyway. The rest of the U.S. didn't really see it that way.
@The Red Link, similarly, it was the last words that Caesar heard as Brutus stabbed him.
Isint naping the human equivalent of turning off and on again
It’s funny because of the F word.
That saying will always remind me of The Punisher now
Yes I love that saying
@BerserkerNinja9, explain for.. uhhh.. those dumb guys that don’t get it... I mean I totally do.. but for the others
@Murphlins, Sic Simper Tyrannis is Latin for Thus Always Tyrants and is short for the saying "Thus Always I will bring death to Tyrants" I forget the full latin
@BerserkerNinja9, that's on my state's flag (Virginia)
@The only panda god, that is awesome looks like I'm moving to Virginia