Madison wrote:Now if you want to debate that specific point and say the United States is supposed to cater to her every whim and desire, fire away and I'll read it while chuckling. Otherwise, I have no desire to discuss the situation any further as it never leads to anything good or worthwhile.
I would argue that her point could be construed to include the fact that it seems at least possible that a majority of us are now in agreement with her even though the *'majority' (sic?) of 'us' voted for the dubster and his flying monkeys in the last presidential elections. I agree that the numbers are too close to call and that it is deplorable that turnout is so low but I am kind of convinced that a national strategy focusing on yields and investments would be better than foreign policy adventurism.