Larry: One quotation site attributes it to that well-known and prolific author, Anonymous.
It’s been a long-standing practice to attribute things to famous people. Einstein has more quotes than he ever said. In the early days of the Bible (before it got put together), people would write gospels and attribute them to long-dead apostles.
Read the quote carefully, and it will seem as if it were written no more than a few years ago: “… “new wonderful good society” ….”. A Roman would never have said that.
Michael Medved had her on the other day…I was beyond flabberghasted as were a couple of callers after she was on. She made the usual accusations with all the usual talking points but with NOTHING to back them up.
Medved had her on to demonstrate that these are the people we lost to…….fucking sociopathic morons.
Comment by SondraK, Queen of my domain — November 10, 2012 @ 10:38 pm
I don’t think that he will end up the way that Caeser did.
Comment by Paul Moore — November 10, 2012 @ 10:43 pm
Then my work, here, is done.
Never a Roman around when you need one, eh?
As for the analogies:
He did come to town sittin’ on his ass,
Palms were crossed,
The nature of his birth is a continuing controversy,
His ascendancy to power is a miracle, aaand
He has made it easier to blame Jews for stuff.
Comment by DougM (Well, thaaat sucked!) — November 10, 2012 @ 10:55 pm