- The Washington Times - Monday, August 13, 2007

FORMER PRESIDENTS (2007)

Former Presidents, thinking about what they will say

about history, do not think about journalists thinking about

what history will say about them. Journalists, thinking about



history abstractly, do think about former Presidents; but

former Presidents, not thinking about journalists

who are not thinking about them, do not think

about anyone who is not thinking about them, either;

rather, they think about everyone who thinks about

former Presidents and not necessarily not about history.

Journalists, not thinking about persons who are thinking

about them, do not think about history not thinking

about them, nor about former Presidents not thinking

about history; but they do think about Presidents who think

about history instead of thinking about public opinion.

Journalists occasionally think about Presidents thinking

about former Presidents not thinking about what they will say

about history. Former Presidents never think about Presidents

who, not thinking about them, think about journalists thinking

about former Presidents not thinking about

what history will say about them.

— Barry Casselman

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