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J, Parliament of whores: a lone humorist attempts to explain the entire U,S. If I were a decent citizen instead of a journalist, I would have a patriotic duty to become involved in the American political system and try to reform or improve it. I had to mention the president by name, though I was tempted not to. Tve always admired the way the movies of the s and s would only show the president character from the back. It was more respectful. Either that or movies were made by Republi- cans in those days.
I have nothing in particular against the senator from New York. He wrote something pertinent to the chapter about poverty, said something pertinent about the Social Security tax and hap- pened to be in Pakistan at the same time I was. So— Paddy to Paddy — I apologize. On the other hand, Daniel Patrick Moynihan is the archetypal extremely smart person who went into politics anyway instead of doing something worthwhile for his country.
So maybe he owes all of us an apology, too. This book is written, of course, from a conservative point of view. Conservatism favors the restraint of government. A little government and a little luck are necessary in life, but only a fool trusts either of them. Also, conservatism is, at least in its American form, a philosophy that relies upon personal responsibility and promotes private liberty. It is an ideology of individuals. How did an allegedly free people spawn a vast, rampant cuttlefish of dominion with its tentacles in every orifice of the body politic?
The federal government of the United States of America takes away between a fifth and a quarter of all our money every year. That is eight times the Islamic zakat, the almsgiving required of believers by the Koran; it is double the tithe of the medieval church and twice the royal tribute that the prophet Samuel warned the Israelites against when they wanted him to anoint a ruler: This will be the manner of the king that shall reign over you. He will take the tenth of your seed, and of your vineyards.