2/28/2005

Moron

I refer to Bush, of course - not Albert Camus.

"Albert Camus said that 'Freedom is a long-distance race'...We're in that race for the duration and there is reason for optimism."
– George W. Bush, 2/21/05

VERSUS

"[F]reedom is not a reward or a decoration that is celebrated with champagne...It's a choice, on the contrary, and a long-distance race, quite solitary and very exhausting...At the end of all freedom is a court sentence; that's why freedom is too heavy to bear..."
– Albert Camus, The Fall

(Thanks to the Center for American Progress folks for catching this.)

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