December 29, 2005

by Reb Yudel
Two depressing sentences for today, about the implications of the Bush/Yoo doctrine of unlimited executive force

John Robb's Weblog:
It's important to note that the assumption of new powers by the state is a sign of extreme weakness and not of strength. It means that it can't retain control without destroying the moral and legal fabric of the very system from which it gains strength.
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