Fosters: Politicans ignore own mortality at great risk
In Ancient Rome, a commander celebrating a formal triumph was always reminded of his own mortality by a servant in his chariot whispering “memento mori” — remember that you must die. Politicians past and present would do well to remember their own political mortality. What the voters have given, the voters will soon take away, or so our recent political history suggests.
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