Wikiquote:Quote of the Day/February 8, 2009

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"Too often critics seem more intent on seeking new ways to alter Congress than to truly learn how it functions. They might well profit from the advice of Thomas Huxley, who said a century ago: 'Sit down before facts as a little child, be prepared to give up every preconceived notion — or you shall learn nothing." – Gerald Ford

Simple: It is too often that critics are more intended to find new ways to change Congress than to learn how it work. They could learn from what Thomas Huxley said a century ago: 'Think about things before you say them, and be ready to forget everything that you have believed before, or you will not learn anything.