The Founding Fathers did not establish the United States as a democratic
republic so that elected officials would decide trivia, while all great
questions would be decided by the judiciary.
Judge Andrew Kleinfeld
United States Court of Appeals
for the Ninth Circuit, 1996
. . . the main concern of politics is to engender a certain character
in the citizens and to make them good and disposed to perform noble actions.
The Heritage Foundation Dole bled; Clinton fled; enough said.
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