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Saturday, October 28, 2006


by Plato
(360 B.C.)


And the different forms of government make laws democratical, aristocratical, tyrannical, with a view to their several interests; and these laws, which are made by them for their own interests, are the justice which they deliver to their subjects, and him who transgresses them they punish as a breaker of the law, and unjust. And that is what I mean when I say that in all states there is the same principle of justice, which is the interest of the government; and as the government must be supposed to have power, the only reasonable conclusion is, that everywhere there is one principle of justice, which is the interest of the stronger.


There can be no double standards in a civilized society. If one individual is to be treated, in a certain way, in the name of justice, then all persons must be subjected to a like justice.

Dick Cheney, I would like to see you take in a good game of, dunk in the water, before our full senate, as part of a hearing to determine how much money was paid to Halliburton, and if it is currently considered too dangerous for Halliburton to do any work in Iraq. Are they then living off our taxpayer dollars, without any work being done, as our new bunch of lazy subterfuges, on public welfare? Could we then, please ask for this money to be returned? Or, is this too much to ask?

-Mark Robert Gates

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