“What I have absolutely no sympathy with is the legislator, the man who seeks, for his own profit, to exploit the weaknesses of those who are unable to help themselves and then to fasten some moral superscription upon it. This I loathe so much that I cannot conceivably explain how much it is.” – Malcolm Lowry, 1909 – 1957. Author, Under the Volcano.
→An appropriate quote for a time when our own legislators are fighting over budgets and debt ceilings. -PMc←