Posted by: Frederick Cornwell Sanders | 2012/01/27

Electoral Politics and Philip Freeman in the Los Angeles Times

Dansk: Marcus Tullius Cicero, Kopi efter romer...

If you get a chance, read Philip Freeman‘s editorial in the Los Angeles Times.   The column is extremely appropriate for this year’s election cycle.

“Friends, Romans, voters” hits spot on.   Politics has not changed much over the centuries.   Quintus Cicero had Marcus Cicero‘s back , so to speak.   With brotherly love and support, “Marcus Cicero by a landslide.”

Kudos to Mr. Freeman’s insight and that history does repeat itself.   King Solomon‘s adage that nothing is new under the sun again gets support.

Quintus, the brother of Marcus
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