I believe in two-party government. I especially believe in it when it prevents Congress from doing anything – because that prevents them from doing stupid things. Of course, the Republicans were already doing a fine job of keeping even one-party government in a permanent logjam. Plus, the Republicans were also proving themselves just as unable to remain worthy of power while holding it as the Democrats did during their decades of dominance from 1954 to 1994.Read it all.
Friday, November 17, 2006
Reality, Not Fantasy
Orson Scott Card is a fine fantasy/science fiction novelist. It turns out, he is an excellent political commentator as well:
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