Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Steyn D'Jour

The great man notes that there's no precautionary principle for social engineering:
But, at the same time as the Royal Institute and The Guardian and all other bien pensants are in a mass panic at the thought of the krill having to adjust his way of life, they're positively insouciant about massive changes to our own habitat. You like fox-hunting? You're not entirely cool with gay marriage? You prefer English common law to this new Euro-pudding legal code? Tough, shrugs The Guardian.

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