Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Digest of Today's Posts (17 November 2009)

  • Charlie Crist Caught Lying About Support for Porkulus: Exposed by Rolling Stone

  • Another Candidate for Don's "Know-Nothing" Series

  • Stupak Warns Democrats Not to Mess with Anti-Abortion Health Care Language

  • Politico Says Catholic Church Racist and Sexist

  • Obama's Favorite Union Goes Nuts Over Eagle Scout Project

  • Death Panel Preview? Influential Federal Task Force Recommends Against Routine Mammograms [UPDATED]
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    At 11/18/2009 10:42 PM, Blogger lamt said...

    Shouldn't that be 'The King's good servant, but God's first?"

    Just asking.

    At 11/19/2009 8:32 AM, Blogger Jay Anderson said...

    Nope. The actual quote is "and"; "but" is a misquote.


    "... Judge Bork, with the great majority of educated mankind, misquoted Thomas More as having said at the scaffold, "I die the King's good servant but God's first." What he actually said is "I die the King's good servant and God's first." More's final words were ones not of conflict or tragedy, but of hopefulness and harmony between God and man, church and state, the individual and the collective..."


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