car·riage re·turn

n. the lever or mechanism on a typewriter that would cause the cylinder on which the paper was held (the carriage) to return to the left margin of the page


Thomas Paine on Michele Bachmann

Michele,any rebuttal?

“But to expend millions for the sake of getting a few vile acts repealed,and routing the present ministry only,is unworthy the charge,and is using posterity with the utmost cruelty;because it is leaving them the great work to do,and a debt upon their backs,from which,they derive no advantage.  Such a thought is unworthy a man of honor,and is the true characteristic of a narrow heart and peddling politician.”– Common Sense (1776)

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