Benjamin Franklin: Founding Father Quote

Benjamin Franklin Quote
United States Founding Father

Quote 909 details Share on Google+ - Quote 909 Linked In Share Button - Quote 909 Has not the famous political Fable of the Snake, with tow Heads and one Body, some useful Instruction contained in it? She was going to a Brook to drink, and in her Way was to pass thro' a Hedge, a Twig of which opposed her direct course; one Head chose to go on the right side of the Twig, the other on the left, so that time was spent in the Contest, and before the Decision was completed, the poor Snake died with thirst.

Benjamin Franklin: "Queries and Remarks Respecting Alterations in the Constitution of Pennsylvania."
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