Sunday, September 28, 2008

Now is the crisis?

Though he spoke of a different crisis, over 200 years ago, the Federal Farmer's words remain relevant:

It is natural for men, who wish to hasten the adoption of a measure, to tell us, now is the crisis—now is the critical moment which must be seized, or all will be lost: and to shut the door against free enquiry, whenever conscious the thing presented has defects in it, which time and investigation will probably discover. This has been the custom of tyrants and their dependants in all ages.

Please keep fighting, House Republicans.

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