"Men in authority will always think that
criticism of their policies is dangerous.
They will always equate their policies
with patriotism, and find criticism subversive."
by:
Henry Steele Commager
(1902-1998) Historian and author
Source:
Freedom and Order, 1966
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They will also think THEY know what is best for us. I don't trust them with running my life.
 -- Joe, Rochester, MI     
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     -- Anonymous      
    Take Senator Harry Reid (-; please ! ;-) for example. Harry, being the man in authority makes illegal deals with the Chinese, does insider trader, makes illegal deals for his son, lies, etc. then helps implement new rules to giterdone. Everything was done in the name of protecting the desert tortus which, will be in harms way if Harry gets his way. Then the snipers, helicopters, planes, military clad thugs, equipment, ordinance, etc., etc., etc. were sent out to roust a numerically inferior bunch of pedestrians and flag waving cowboys on horseback. Then, Harry called the non-violent inferior bunch domestic terrorists and vowed to return with a vengeance - further criticizing those subversives.
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
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     -- RKO, San Antonio      
    Reid is probably the worst Senator in history. A really rotten person to boot.
     -- jim k, austin tx     
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    Always deceiving and being deceived, is the politicians way of life. Speaking in half truths, till they get what they want. Which and most times belongs to someone else. RKO must be on their payroll. Can someone tell Reid, and all the rest liken unto him that they are FIRED ! Let alone hang them for treason on the White House lawn.
     -- Ron w13, Or     
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