January 14, 2005


George Will closes a good article on Social Security reform with this great paragraph:

The public—particularly the iPod-using cohort, which is a steadily increasing portion of the public—has figured something out. In the words of a much "misunderestimated" president, "Where the people are the government they do not get rid of their burdens by attempting to unload them on the government." So said the sainted Calvin Coolidge, 12 years before Social Security was born.


I really have to learn more about Coolidge.

Posted by TMLutas at January 14, 2005 01:14 PM