Monday, 13 July 2009


Clipfile - July 13, 2009

“If companies that are ‘too big to fail’ are too big to exist, then bills that are ‘too long to read’ are too long to pass.  This sort of behavior — passing bills that no one has read — or, that in the case of the healthcare ‘bill’ haven’t even actually been written — represents political corruption of the first order. 
If representation is the basis on which laws bind the citizen, then why should citizens regard themselves as bound by laws that their representatives haven’t read, or, sometimes, even written yet?”
- Glenn Reynolds

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