"Avoid any specific discussion of public policy at public meetings."
Quintus Tullius Cicero
(c.102-43 B.C.), Roman general; brother of Cicero the orator
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(-: I like it. :-) Today it would be slightly changed; today it would say: Avoid any specific discussion of the Constitution's original intent or the law of nature and nature's God at public meetings.
 -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    Some things in politics never change.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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    Sounds just like Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi and the entire Democrat Party!
     -- GunnyCee, Durham     
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    First to be noted, Quintus Tullius Cicero was Not a politician. He and his older brother were Constitutionalist, favouring the Republic of Rome. A Legatus, found to be at odds, with Caesar during the civil war siding with Pompey the Great another legatus. A political leader of the Roman Republic, and optimate, conservative faction of the Roman Senate. Quintus Tullius Cicero, a very Honest General, quick in wit and action. Not to be toyed with At All. Five Stars for Great insight and Resolve, Very applicable for today, in Current situations, here at home, and abroad !
     -- Ronw13, Oregon     
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    Semper Fi
     -- Ronw13, Oregon     
     -- Jim K, Austin      
    And he to his detriment knew only to well this wise advice.
     -- Robert, Somewhere in America     
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