Politico ran a story over the weekend about some Europeans who came over here to lobby for more aid to Ukraine and came away severely doubting the wisdom of the Founders. Take Anders Fogh Rasmussen, a conservative former prime minister of Denmark. He talked to them about his devotion to small government and how he’d cut down on immigration and the country’s tax rate. (Rasmussen’s lucky they didn’t put him on a primary ballot somewhere.) Then, talk turned to aid for Ukraine, and Rasmussen found himself cartwheeling down the rabbit hole.

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