Thursday, February 11, 2010

Quote du jour

Whether it is health care, education, employment or most other areas of our lives, I ask you: Who has the capacity to master all the complexity to make choices on behalf of others? Each of us possesses only a tiny percentage of the knowledge that would be necessary to make totally informed decisions in our own lives, much less the lives of others. There is only one reason for the forcible transference of decision-making authority over important areas of our private lives to elite decision-makers in Congress and government bureaucracies. Doing so confers control, power, wealth and revenue to society’s elite.

-Walter Williams


  1. That's a great point and drives home the idea of individualism over collectivism as well as anything else I've read.

  2. Walter Williams is a national treasure!

  3. Dr. Williams is a national treasure,
    and his wit "almost" matches yours Proof! Not sure though if he is up to snuff on FNB's.

  4. I think Mrs. Williams probably puts a damper on his inclinations to peruse hundreds of photos of beautiful women every week!


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