Tuesday, April 22, 2003

Here's two great quotes I came across today:

"The Dixie Chicks have taken a big hit lately for exercising their basic right to express themselves, To me, they're terrific American artists expressing American values by using their American right to free speech. For them to be banished wholesale from radio stations, and even entire radio networks, for speaking out is un-American. The pressure coming from the government and big business to enforce conformity of thought concerning the war and politics goes against everything that this country is about - namely freedom. Right now, we are supposedly fighting to create free speech in Iraq, at the same time that some are trying to intimidate and punish people for using that same freedom here at home. I don't know what happens next, but I do want to add my voice to those who think that the Dixie Chicks are getting a raw deal, and an un-American one to boot. I send them my support."

Bruce Springsteen
(courtesy of brucespringsteen.net)

"As people do better, they start voting like Republicans unless they have too much education and vote Democratic, which proves there can be too much of a good thing."

Karl Rove, Bush's long-time political guru and White House advisor
(courtesy of bushisms.com)

Yes, too much education can be too much of a good thing!

E.P. Tuesday, April 22, 2003