Quotation Explorer - 'Michel Templet'

One of the (many) problems with government is not that power corrupts or even that it is magnetic to corruptible people; rather, it is that we have been conditioned to tolerate corruption in power, and so we don't even try to hold our politicians accountable. - Michel Templet
Doing nothing is even worse than doing the wrong thing. - Michel Templet
I question the moral integrity of anyone who says they have no regrets. - Michel Templet
If I went on a killing spree that left thousands of people dead, I'd be branded as the worst kind of criminal. So why it is okay for the government to do exactly that? - Michel Templet
Presenting a rational argument to a person who has forsaken the use of reason is like asking a vegetarian to eat a cheeseburger. - Michel Templet
If people don't want you to question something, that probably means you should question it. - Michel Templet
The greatest obstacle to human liberty is that the vast majority of people do not wish to be free. - Michel Templet
The United States has never done away with slavery; we just stopped calling it such. These days, we call it free-market capitalism. - Michel Templet
It is the moral duty of every US voter to guarantee that Barack Hussein Obama is a one-term president. - Michel Templet
Freedom, democracy, and socialism can only ever exist together; it is impossible to have any one without the other two. - Michel Templet
One of the (many) problems with government is that they are usually so preoccupied with whether or not they can do something that they fail to consider whether or not they should. - Michel Templet
If you're not going to use your free speech to criticize your own government, then what the hell is the point of having it? - Michel Templet
To speak only one language is to do yourself a great injustice. - Michel Templet
I think we can all agree that the official language of the United States should be Latin. - Michel Templet
In a truly moral society, most of our current laws would not exist. - Michel Templet
General assumptions often lead to erroneous conclusions, but one cannot go far wrong in always assuming that whatever one's government is saying is a lie. - Michel Templet
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