Fear of Clowns

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- H. L. Mencken
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Saturday, December 11, 2004

Sir Thomas More on Bush's baby 

... Eventually they won, only finding that the kingdom in question was quite as much trouble to keep as it had been to acquire. There were constant threats of internal rebellion and external aggression. They were always having to fight either for their new subjects or against them. They never got a chance to demobilize, and in the meantime they were being ruined. All their money was going out of the country, and men were losing their lives to pay for someone else's petty ambition. Conditions at home were no safer than they'd been during the war, which had lowered moral standards ...

Sir Thomas More
Utopia, Book One
1516, AD

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