Oh nicely put.
The only question that would be left, is what would we do with all the empty buildings in Washington?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rhonda Chapman [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Sunday, May 02, 1999 2:23 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: virus: re: Who is next? and Piss test nation
> I do realize that a large section of the American public is
> rather ignorant
> of history. What I don't understand is how so few seem able
> to remember the
> outcome of the prohibition on alcohol. It was relatively
> recent. It was
> decidedly ineffective. It resulted in excesses of both crime
> and violence.
> There is absolutely no logical basis for the concept that
> prohibitions on
> drugs, modes of behavior, Internet communications, or guns is any more
> likely to be effective. Perhaps what we need is a "test" or "psych
> evaluation", for level of education and intelligence, to be
> administered to
> all potential Senators and Congressmen. After all, it has
> not been so many
> years since a member of these esteemed bodies said, "If
> English was good
> enough for Jesus Christ, then English is good enough for me".
> Need I say