Justin Mack, writing for the Journal & Courier, has an article about the tea party rally in Lafayette yesterday. Mostly they got together on the government-built footbridge and talked about freedom and stuff. But this caught my attention:
As hundreds of people placed both tea bags and loose-leaf tea into the box, a trumpet player played Taps while a copy of the U.S. Constitution was lowered into the Wabash River — an act that was to serve as a eulogy for the document.
That old Constitution has been killed more times than Rasputin. Long may she live.