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March 20, 2012

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Tokens on the eyes for busfare in the hereafter...

Who shall govern this revitalized civil society, those that will have funded it? Will we not have traded one insufferable government for another even less accountable?

i.a.t.

it wouldn't be you, Tokens. you show exceeding poor taste just in reading this crap.

Albert

I'll take the rap. And you're right, Tokens, philanthropoids like me would turn a vibrant society into a gray mush the consistency of oatmeal.

philcubeta

The problem with democracy is the demos. The problem with plutocracy is the plutocrats. The problem with aristocracy is the aristocrats. In the end I trust corporations most because they hold focus groups. But then the politicians do too.

Enrique the Gay Philosopher

The problem with democracy in this country is how to acquire it. There are only 535 senators and representatives, so it's no wonder I can't afford one.

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