Sunday, May 14, 2006

Same Instructions, Different Reasons

Nathan Moore expresses disagreement with a column by Gail Kerr in this morning's The Tennessean. Kerr wrote that the state General Assembly should just go home since they haven't accomplished anything in this year's session. Moore replies that by doing nothing they have performed a valuable public service.

This provides a succinct picture of a basic difference between political liberals and conservatives. A liberal wants the legislature to leave town because they aren't doing anything. Conservatives want them to go home because we fear that they might.


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