""Those of us who really yearn for a return to first principles, the natural law, the Constitution, a government that only has powers that we have consented it may have... are frustrated by the choice between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney," says Judge Andrew Napolitano" (HT - Zach Weissmueller and Matt Welch).
Not me. If he had said "mildly unenthused in my greedier moments" instead of "frustrated" perhaps he'd describe me. Then again, in the pundit's eyes we are always on the brink.
Although I'm not too keen on the whole "natural law" thing. Perhaps that accounts for the difference. Something tells me that's not it.
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