The Last Word on The Shutdown
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Aaron Brown focuses on some of the more popular words and phrases of 2011.
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6-25-2011 Minnesota State Shut Down
Utah Philips used to say “An anarchist is someone who doesn’t need a policeman to tell him what to do.”
And in the heyday of American anarchism a century ago, Emma Goldman said “If there won’t be dancing at the revolution, I’m not coming.”
And in the 1960’s the Diggers put up a sign at the Free Store in Haight-Ashbury, a sign that said “If someone asks to see the Manager, tell him that he’s the Manager.” Kind of updating Marx and Lenin, with Groucho and John.
And in 2010, Tim Pawlenty, inspired by the rage of Tiger Woods’ wife, said “We should take a page out of her play-book, and get a nine-iron and smash the window of big government in this country.” And Michelle Bachman urges us to be “armed and dangerous” in fighting the American government.
And, a majority in the Minnesota State Legislature says, If you insist on making the rich pay taxes, we’...
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