When do we arrest the Tea Party?

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August 15, 2011
Future of Freedom Foundation
by Wendy McElroy  
Posted in Commentary

"Murray Rothbard once spoke fondly of the 19th-century New York politician William M. ('Boss') Tweed who was notoriously corrupt. Why? Because Tweed operated before the days of Public Relations, in the days when a crook was a crook and he didn’t pretend to pick your pocket 'for your own good;' he did it for the money or the power. Tweed, as Murray said of him in chortling admiration, was a real crook -- 'a crook’s crook.'" (08/15/11)


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