Monday, October 24, 2005

The First Shall Be Last

This put me in mind of Fitzgerald the student of the Jesuits:
Someone present when Fitzgerald questioned a witness said he was glad not to be a target.

"He's that really strict judge that everyone fears, not because they think he's going to do the wrong thing, but because they're afraid he might do the right thing," said the source, who has ties to the White House and requested anonymity.

"As White House staffers," he continued, "you had generals and Cabinet secretaries being deferential to you. He didn't care what you'd done or how well you knew the president."
Because, in the basiliea tou theou, no one is better than anyone else.

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