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Don Quixote
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  • …Holy Office, and put him to the question, and forced it out of him by whose virtue it is that he divines; because it is certain this ape is not an astrologer; neither his master nor he sets up, or knows how to set up, those figures they call judiciary, which are now so common in Spain that there is not a jade, or page, or old cobbler, that will not undertake to set up a figure as readily as pick up a knave of cards from the ground, bringing to nought the marvellous truth of the science…

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  • The constitution means what the judiciary says it means.
  • He prefers that elected officials make these kinds of decisions so that an out-of-touch judiciary does not destroy the fabric that holds this country together.

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