"It takes a lot of degeneration before a country falls into dictatorship, but we should avoid these ends by avoiding these beginnings."
She said it in a speech at Georgetown on Thursday, but I didn't hear a thing about it until I saw it in The Guardian today. I would think it would have been all over the papers, but Nina Totenberg from NPR was the only reporter there to cover the speech, and after her story came out on Friday nobody else picked it up.
I'm just doing my part to spread the word. I hope that all of us who fret about a slide into fascism (or whatever our own, homegrown version would be called) are just exaggerating, but there's more reason to worry every day. Not only would it suck to live under fascism, the worst thing would be all the knee-jerk USA-bashers getting to think that they were right about us.