"We certainly hope the NYT is correct in its assessment of Mr. Cox."
--From a release by the Ayn Rand Institute about a report that U.S. Rep. Christopher Cox, who President Bush nominated to head the securities and exchange commission, is "a devoted student of Ayn Rand, the high priestess of unfettered capitalism." The release quotes Dr. Yaron Brook, the institute's executive director, as saying, "Because if it is, Mr. Cox would work to abolish the SEC." Unfortunately, the release says, he probably won't.