ALABAMA HERE I COME - On Wednesday, June 7, 11:30 a.m., Prof. Jacobson will be speaking for the Federalist Society of Montgomery, at The Capital City Club downtown Montgomery, open to the public, $20 at the door for non-students, $10 for students. Topic: "The Equal Protection Project: Challenging DEI Discrimination."
At least there is a little sense in Maryland, considering their justice system lets senile old judges come out of retirement to hear cases based on technology they just flat out do not understand.
I like both bumper stickers. The first is a sharp reminder. The second is aspirational.
Knowing the political rumblings in the People’s Republic of Montgomery County, I am surprised that the vehicle hasn’t been savaged.
That Jefferson, prescient fella’ twernt he?
I’ve seen that attributed to many different folks, but as far as my research has been able to determine, the great statesman who actually said it was……..Gerald Ford
Yes that seems correct. That quote is attributed to President Ford.
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While I like the sentiment, something tells me that’s not a Thomas Jefferson quote. It just doesn’t resemble the way politics was discussed 230 years ago.
In Chevy Chase, this is a lone voice in the wilderness. That is a close-in suburb of DC and is about as liberal as it gets. The vehicle was probably from Southern Maryland or the Eastern shore, not Chevy Chase.