An article on the retirement of the famous Mr. Smith
contained his famous statement, and I liked it a lot (again) “When a law is in need of continual revision to close a series of ever-changing ‘loopholes,’” Smith wrote in the Wall Street Journal in 1997, “it is probably the law, and not the people, that is in error.”
He has the world's greatest credentials: John McCain doesn't like him, and tries to smear him. I already know that McCain is afraid of business and uninformed about campaign finance reform (or, for that matter, a number of other things). He's an example of someone elected because the Democrats don't put up a fight.