Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Quote of the day

Name the speaker:

...[T]here is no place for abuse in what must be considered the family of man. There is no place for torture and arbitrary detention. There is no place for forced confessions. There is no place for intolerance of dissent...the roots of American rule of law go back more than 700 years, to the signing of the Magna Carta. The foundation of American values, therefore, is not a passing priority or a temporary trend.

Why, that would be Newt Gingrich, back in 1997 when he was, in fact, Speaker.

This, along with other illuminating quotes from unexpected sources, can be found here.

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