Thursday, November 08, 2007

interesting

"Eventually, it means rewriting the state constitutions; eventually, it means rewriting the federal Constitution. And now in polite company, you can't even talk about those things yet. I think as the years roll on, more and more people will understand that we actually need to change the DNA of this country to have any chance. I think that as the ball starts rolling faster, more and more people will clearly see how the structure of law operates and the necessity of changing it."

how to hold corporations accountable

5 comments:

JollyRoger said...

Adapt or die. We've seen now that the protections against tyranny are simply not strong enough. They will have to be strengthened.

The Future Was Yesterday said...

Agreed!!

You know, there was legislation introduced to do that very thing, but Bush vetoed it.

Said DNA was too long to remember and should be shortened to "D".

enigma4ever said...

okay so who said this???? I am dying of curiosity...

Undeniable Liberal said...

I just hope that isn't too late already.

betmo said...

"Thomas Linzey thinks of himself as more than just a lawyer. A co-founder of the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF), Linzey is a practicing attorney, committed to the idea that change happens at the grassroots."