Fat Steve's Blatherings

Sunday, June 05, 2005

Another Insight Into Liberalism's Problem

      From Friday's "Best of the Web Today."

      Some people want to repeal inheritance taxes, and the authors and reviewer of a book on the subject can't understand why.  They don't believe it's wrong, so how can anybody else?  As Taranto comments:
      Runciman acknowledges that death-tax opponents argue that the tax is "unjust in principle," but this he declares "brazen--and from the outside baffling."  He simply cannot imagine that anyone would adhere to a principle with which he disagrees.  This failure of imagination is at the heart of contemporary liberalism's problems.

THE HOUSE OF SAUD MUST BE DESTROYED -- AND WILL BE!

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