Thursday, March 30, 2006

You don't see this very often

From an AFP news story about the famous "national debt clock" owned by real estate developer Douglas Durst:
Durst insists that the clock is non-partisan in its effort to shame the federal government over what he sees as its willingness to gamble away the nation's future.

"We're a family business," Durst said. "We think generationally, and we don't want to see the next generation crippled by this burden," he said.
Imagine, a public figure mentioning that our nation should be "thinking generationally"!

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