Monday, August 28, 2006

Katherine Harris, R-Mars

There's almost too much wrong with this even to post about, but I'll link to the article, maybe in protest? Maybe. I'll also link to TPM's decoding of Katherine Harris's Starbucks drink of choice.

j. morgan remarked recently that public figures as well as citizens should be cautious of invoking traditions (such as ancient Greece's martial tradition/warrior culture) if they're not prepared to do so in a manner that does justice to it. It would be interesting to ask Harris to defend this statement:

The nation's founding fathers did not intend the country be "a nation of secular laws".

Unfortunately, we're probably more interested in her take on the JonBenet case, and her Starbucks drink, to do so.

I also wonder if she believes everything she's saying?

2 Comments:

At 10:45 AM, Blogger J. Morgan Caler said...

It would also be worth asking her to address this statement:

"The founding fathers did not intend citizens to be represented by women."

 
At 1:41 PM, Blogger Hans-Georg Gadamer said...

Founding fathers rock!

 

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