George Carlin tells it like it is

By | January 28, 2004

The Arizona Republic ran a great interview with George Carlin recently. Carlin snuck in a couple of great rants during the interview. His main point was that we as a country have sold out and are letting business interests screw up the world. “The most interesting thing to me is that the things that people would seem to have the most right to have – that is to say health, food, shelter and a job are the things that are last on the list. To me, that is fundamental. Those are the things humans most need to function, and we have placed them at the bottom of the list. So I think that says a lot about national character and priorities.”

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