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02 January 2007

This is John Galt Speaking

"Morality, to you, is a phantom scarecrow made of duty, of boredom, of punishment, of pain, a cross-breed between the first school-teacher of your past and the tax collector of your present, a scarecrow standing in a barren field, waving a stick to chase away your pleasures--and pleasure, to you, is a liquor-soggy brain, a mindless slut, the stupor of a moron who stakes cash on some animal's race, since pleasure cannot be moral.
"If you identify your actual belief, you will find a triple damnation--of yourself, of life, of virtue--in the grotesque conclusion you have reached: you believe that morality is a necessary evil."

-Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged