Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Two Great Quotes, one article

"Consider the international community and it mouthpiece, world opinion; they do not exist. They are concepts without manifestations, phrases used in lieu of logic, evidence, and law by people who in real life have no idea how their next-door neighbors voted in the last election, yet will confidently summarize the opinions and desires of the other three billion on the planet. "

"Muddy the water enough, and collectivists will try to walk on it."

- Terry Graves

Good points, both.

What they typically mean is "most of the people in the world we consider important" (this leaves out anybody with a conservative opinion, as the word "conservative" in those circles is used as a label signifying presumed irrelavence.

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