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January 23, 2008

Calvin Coolidge Speaks

by Doug Mataconis

And makes more sense than anyone running for President this year:

H/T: Cato@Liberty

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  1. Hell, the selection is so bad among the likely primary winners that I’d actually consider voting for Bill Clinton if he were able to run again.

    At least he was smart enough to defer to his generals when it came to war-fighting. Hillary, Obama, Huckster, McCain…talk about a field of would-be fools and tyrants..

    Comment by UCrawford — January 23, 2008 @ 7:23 pm
  2. And I miss the most recent comments link on the side. It makes it more difficult to participate since you don’t know if somebody’s responded to you on an older article thread.

    Comment by UCrawford — January 23, 2008 @ 7:25 pm
  3. [...] Clear, accurate, conscious of liberty and sensible. Hat Tip: Doug Mataconis [...]

    Pingback by A Second Hand Conjecture » Calvin Coolidge explains taxes — January 24, 2008 @ 12:00 pm

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