The perils of intervention

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February 10, 2011
Campaign For Liberty
by Philip Giraldi  
Posted in Commentary

"Americans have become accustomed to presidents and secretaries of state pontificating on the condition of the world and advising other governments and peoples what they should be doing. But one rather suspects that George Washington, John Adams, or Thomas Jefferson would be shocked to see our Federal government passing judgment on the doings of foreigners and doing so in a hectoring and imperious fashion that seems to suggest that Washington enjoys some exceptional quality that permits it to hand out advice." (02/10/11)  

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