From the March 2006 Idaho Observer:

The definition of insanity

In a recent conversation, Augustus Blackstone asked, "Why do you think there are so many laws?" I knew that I did not have the correct answer, so I said, "No. Why are there so many laws?"

"Because none of the other ones worked," Blackstone replied with his uniquely mischievous smile.

Einstein defined insanity as repeating the same behavior over and over again expecting different results. The Ten Commandments are the foundation of laws for the western world. Because people and governments cannot abide 10 simple rules, the English established the Magna Carta in 1215 to further define the rights and

responsibilities of citizens and the limits of government authority. It was not long before the high born of British society had blown passed the limitations of the Magna Carta compelling oppressed people to strike out for the New World. They eventually redefined the roles of citizens and the limitations of government upon ratification of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights in 1791. Since its adoption, millions of pages of laws, statutes, ordinances, rules and regulations have been passed on top of the Constitution. This law-passing insanity has been ongoing for thousands of years. Why? Because laws donít work. That makes the people who insist upon passing them, by Einsteinís definition, quite obviously insane. (DWH)

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