Quote of the day—Sebastian

There’s no middle ground on this issue that will make our opponents surrender and give up. That’s why I’m interested in giving up as little as possible, and taking everything from them that I can. I’m not in this fight to keep people worried. I’m in this fight to win, and to make what my opponents advocate about as publicly acceptable as someone who thinks we ought to ban newspapers.

March 17, 2011
On Obama’s Bully Pulpit
[The most important point here is that we need to change society attitudes not just get the politicians to vote our way. If we change society the votes will be there and other good things will follow. Just having votes without a change in society means we will have the same fights over and over.

I generally use the phrase, “Make belonging to the Brady Campaign the social equivalent of a membership in the KKK.” But Sebastian’s choice of words is probably better than mine for most audiences.—Joe]


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  1. I figured on the off chance someone at the WaPo would read that, banning newspapers might tweak them a little more.

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